Securly for Chromebook bypass?

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Veridian(CJ)

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So lemme explain, i was that cjd kid and i got term'f bc some guy posted some random message so i responded copying the fourm name, falsely term'd for spam. Back now tho.
 

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JustARandomWizard

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No! A little while back someone posted a solution that worked really well for me:
1. Go to chrome://settings/certificates
2. Scroll down to org-Amazon and click the arrow
3. Click the 3 dots next to Amazon Root CA 1 and click "edit"
4. Uncheck all the boxes
5. Do the same to Starfield Class 2 CA, Starfield Root Certificate Authority - G2, and Starfield Services Root Certificate Authority - G2 all under org-Starfield Technologies, Inc.
6. If any websites break (ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID), re-check the first 2 Amazon boxes.
I tried this, the 'edit' button didn't show up for any of the certificates, probably blocked
 
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alexthekiller915

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ngl it would be easy if we moved to discord but im pretty sure you dont have it

but even still i dont check xda often bc ngl it just sucks.
if you can make a discord you can send it here or in remind.
i do have discord but it would be really hard to access here at school because of the email lock which my school blocked the addition of multiple accounts and my school also filters out non-school emails, so remind is the best we can do for now until someone makes a proxy that allows you to change the IP address of.
 
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alexthekiller915

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hey guys is there a proxie that allows you to save your session? i don't know any or have any links to those that can.
 

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hey guys is there a proxie that allows you to save your session? i don't know any or have any links to those that can.
Hey wassup, if you are trying to unblock your Chromebook, I think I have a solution. This will only work if your blocker is an extension!

DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING DONE WITH THIS TECHNIQUE OR ANY DAMAGES. THIS IS PURELY FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES.

First, check your ChromeOS version, you can do this by going to settings > about ChromeOS.

If your Chromebook version starts with 105.xxxxx or lower then you can skip towards the end, I'll leave a marker there.

If not, your going to need a USB flash drive with atleast ~4-5gb of storage and another computer.

On your second computer (not the Chromebook) go to this link and search your Chromebooks model.

You should be able to find the model on the bottom of your Chromebook or in settings.

Once you find your Chromebook's model on the list, go all the way to the right of it and click on the link that says 105. It should download a file, make sure to put it in a safe place like your downloads folder or your desktop.

Now you are going to want to download this extension on the second PC (not the Chromebook)



After you download it, pin the extension and run it. A pop-up window should appear.



In the top right hand corner of it, click on the settings cog.



Once in settings, click on use local image.



Select the file you downloaded a few steps ago.



A new page will appear with a drop down box, plug in your USB and select it from that box, sometimes it's a bit buggy, try restarting it if it isn't working.



Once you select it, press next and it should start formatting your drive.



This may take a few minutes for it to finish formatting, but afterwards when you plug the USB in it will act as if a bounch of drives are plugged in, this is normal.



Now your USB should be setup and you're ready to move on.



Return to your Chromebook and make sure it is charging even if it is at full battery (I would also recommend it charged to 15-20% before you continue)



Now press the following key combo: esc+refresh+power (some laptops may have the power button on the side of the laptop, try using that if you have one)



A screen will appear saying something about repair os that asks you to insert a USB.



Plug your USB in and DO NOT REMOVE IT until the very end when your screen instructs you to. Removing it before it's finished could cause harm to your Chromebook!!!



Once this process is done and the Chromebook says it's alright, remove the USB.



Your Chromebook will restart, and you will need to login to your school Google account.



Once you are all logged in, check your ChromeOS version in settings, if it is 105 or below, your good to go.



If it isn't, maybe try the method again and make sure you downloaded the correct version from that first website I linked. If none of those work, Google may have patched this method.



ONCE YOU ARE ON v105:





Log into your Chromebook and create a new bookmark



Paste the following code into the bookmark:
javascript:






Now go to:

chrome.google.com/webstorex



Once here, run the bookmark and you will be greeted with a dashboard and text at the top saying "Ingot"



Now it's as simple as flipping off the switch next to the extension that blocks your Chromebook, and voila, it should be unblocked and working!



I am very sorry if my wording or grammar was off, it's currently late at night and I am typing this on my phone.



As I repeat, I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING DONE WITH THIS, IT IS PURELY FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!
 

alexthekiller915

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for checking my chromebook version, i kinda have a small problem. they blocked not just the google settings, but they also blocked the Chromebook settings app, which is different, but because the chromebooks updated in a major way recently, I'm pretty sure their at the latest version.
 

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    At my school, we have Chromebooks and a service/extension called securly. Me and my buddies have been trying to bypass it since it was first introduced last year. We are cool with the tech teacher and we have been trying to get passed him for a long time.

    Any help on bypassing securly?

    Note, inspect element has been blocked along with all extensions except for some adblockers. You can also only sign in on our district accounts. I do not want to powerwash it nor uninroll it(if that's how you spell it haha)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks
    Gavin
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    all you have to do is open a console (default chrome: ctrl+shift+j) and put this code in: var a=true;while(a){alert(a);}
    then hit enter. when the msg box appears, click the check box that says "prevent this page from showing additional diologs" (or something like that)
    your filter should be disabled until you restart.

    DISCLAIMER: I AM IN NO WAY RESPONSIBLE IF YOU GET IN TROUBLE FOR THIS. THIS IS PURELY FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. I DO NOT CONDONE ANY ILLEGAL ACTIVITY OR ANY ACTIVITY AGAINST SCHOOL RULES.
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    np I don't know what that is but idk why it isn't working sorryy
    lol
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    The Schools are Using this system for: 1. To Keep Kids on Focus at all times and not playing games or pirating videos. By Using this system they can also block specific sites and forbid specific downloads
    , though on a computer or desktop you can just use Microsoft Store and Bypass all of that
    . This strives to ensure that Students remain on task at all times and not playing around on the computer or desktop, laptop, Chromebook, and Cell Phones. This also helps insure that none can use their phones to take unwanted videos or pictures and post them on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, Linked In, etc.). So maybe you should use this opportunity to broaden your horizons while you still have the chance.

    lol get outa here school supporter

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    My dudes, go to securly in the shelf double tap, click on manage extensions, in the top right hand corner it says developer mode click it then scroll down to the ID if its blue Its a link (if not then you're screwed) then you will be in the OS console then simply type in this:

    window.close()

    exactly like that k?
    if its still blocking stuff then just set up a hotspot (phone wifi) then go to school and BAM, no securly

    welcome,
    me

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    HAHA lol we are cool they cant see it in your search history plus while i was on it some dude was looking at some anime "stuff"

    (school chromebook cant say *deep, sarcastic breath* certain things lets just say its a "chicken wearing a tie"
    (metaphore) but I fond an exploit down above if you can see it then you are welcome.

    The first part would work, but usually dev mode is disabled :/
    Also a hotspot wouldn't help because securely checks the url in your address bar, not your web traffic. If it were something like sonicwall that would work, but not securely

    lol sorry to poke holes in your help, just trying to make it easier for others
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    ngl it would be easy if we moved to discord but im pretty sure you dont have it

    but even still i dont check xda often bc ngl it just sucks.
    if you can make a discord you can send it here or in remind.
    i do have discord but it would be really hard to access here at school because of the email lock which my school blocked the addition of multiple accounts and my school also filters out non-school emails, so remind is the best we can do for now until someone makes a proxy that allows you to change the IP address of.