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Hey guys, I have a bit of a problem. So long story short, I just got written up.

My question is how do I make it so my boss can't see what websites I look at when I'm at work
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Go back to work Bryce, you lazy faggot
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but my job has tons of downtime
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>>64115084
Bring in a fucking book then
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Set up a TCP (yes, TCP) VPN at home that runs on port 443. Connect to that from work. As far as your traffic is concerned it just looks like you're browsing encrypted on a random website.

Since HTTPS traffic traverses that port your sysadmins will expect to see encrypted traffic going to/from 443 anyway.

Source: Use it at work erry day.




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