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    Cool

    Do you think it might be possible to sockify grabbit, using as a proxy an ip of the isp of your choice, so that the isp thinks you are actualy allowed to grabb news?
    I think it would, using "socks cap" and proxy hunter, the point is I don't know how proxy hunter works.

    I'm asking this for educational purposes only off course. so that people understand how proxy and sock protocol works together
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    Don't think it's possible since ISP's always ask for a username and password before you can access usenet through them.

    hmm...asspie

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    My ISP dosen't ask for a password or username, don't know about any others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callum
    My ISP dosen't ask for a password or username, don't know about any others.
    Mine does

    hmm...asspie

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    Most ISPs don't ask for usernames passwords, and allow based on IP. In fact I knew of none that did until Filliz.

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    I think most ISP dont also although if you try to get in via proxy or vpn it will reject you thinking your not a customer then.

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    Mine probably asks for my pass and uname bacause we've got this stupid monthly limit at our ISP.

    They even have a separate upload limit.
    Damn fuckers
    There goes the fun in Emule

    Dl'speeds are tops though.
    Seen myself dl'ing at 800KB/s on newsgroups
    But I'll still be switching ISP when I get the chance.

    hmm...asspie

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