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Yeah, that's what I figured. I know wifi is not secure. I will be hardwired into his network this time though. I was thinking about having a router in my room and having that between my pc's to his router. I will be using wifi again, but at least from my router which will be locked down to the fullest extent, but he would still be able to sniff my packets.

This all happened about 4 years ago, I actually smuggled a wifi card into the house and stealthily installed it into my PC, he was under the impression I had no wifi card and wasn't online, he still managed to get me

I was already warned, I cannot touch any proxy servers at all, because of "certain" ppl he's working for right now.
You know what might be easiest?
Dont do anything sketchy online. No torrents, no Pr0n and no shady business.
Its not hard.

If he is the network administrator and has been given a green light to monitor traffic on the network by "The powers that be" then there really isn't anything you can do short of whats been suggested. He is holding all the keys and guarding all the doors. And doing what has been suggested is a great way to get your rig taken away.
(Im assuming you are under 18)

And finally, if you dont like it, you are going to need to invent a new networking protocol.
Because the one we use now gives the administrators the ability to do that.
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post #12 of 22
IF he has the admin, he is the admin. enough said.

If you have parents, talk to them about it.
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SSL tunnel anyone?
post #14 of 22
This might not be what you're looking for, but just get your own ISP and set up a network that he doesn't have access to.

Your problem is that you're using his network, and if one of the terms of your use is that you have no expectation of privacy, then you can't get around it. Couple that with what you are describing as his superior tech knowledge, and any measures you take to hide something from him will only cause you more problems.
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Damn, so you mean to say there's no magical program that will stop anyone from snooping your PC from the same network??

Yeah, I'm definitely over 18, was 4 years ago as well.

I hate having the thought of not having privacy.


Kremtok, you hit the nail on the head, that is my only option, but not one that I'm willing to leap to, not yet anyway.
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post #16 of 22
I think you're paranoid.
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If you need something to keep it safe shut down. Put in a bios lock so the system wont even boot up unless the password is imputted, and have the drive then encrypted with another password. And the windows log in as well, you get the picture.

Another route of that, is use a program that will keep everything encrypted unless a usb stick with the key on it is plugged in.

As for when it's on... Not much of anything you can do about it if he's actually good with network back doors.
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post #18 of 22
Just remember this, If you are connected to the internet, you are at risk. If someone is targeting you and you don't have any advanced network security skills, you are GOING to be a victim of a middle-man attack or worse. But if you wanna really screw with him in return, PM me and ill give you some "tips of this trade" and if push comes to shove.........CRASH THE LITTLE &^%&$ NETWORK.
post #19 of 22
http://alphashield.com/php/AlphaShield.php

buy this little puppy I would really like to see him get through that + say zone alarm pro firewall as well as a router firewall if you have any that is.
post #20 of 22
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I think you're paranoid.
This. What he is describing sounds impossible. Why don't you just let him, and if he really is, why not let him get bored.
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