- Dec 16, 2020
why do you want them to do that, there are some blockers more strict than securly
And this kids is where a little funny thing called sh1mmer comes in, and no the admins are not "smarter then we think" we know dang well they are smart lol. If you have bookmarklets unblocked there are also many other ways to bypass other blockers, when I get on my pc I can post a few here. PS: Sh1mmer is unpatchable by your admins, but they can catch you if you don't use it correctly and login to a second acc with your school acc multiple times a day.If you have been searching a way to bypass securly, its probably not gonna work, these "admins" are smarter than you think and no method works in my case, in my school they blocked settings, replit (if you go to html websites with repl.co at the end) so no proxies work rn only vms and they blocked pretty much anything, and im typing this at 2023 jan 31 so they might block every website expect for the education ones like youtube google classroom etc. but ur school can be different idk
Ik super late response, haven't been on XDA in a long time, but once you run the command and powerwash you are completely safe to do almost anything untill you run the re-enroll command. (Including turning on devmode)@NotPeak Is it safe to update the device to the latest version, or do I need to keep it on 87?
The site and recovery extension? You need a second computer to do it, and from what I have seen it isn't patchable besides by the ChromeOS team themselves.sh1mmer is blocked ( in school)
There is a method to get MOST (not 100% all) policy added wifi passwords, there are two ways, give me a few minutes to go grab the links for them.When you say "chrome://sync-internal", which method is that? I haven't heard of that link, and on further inspection, it isn't blocked for me. Could you tell me which method that is and how to use it, please?
If you unenroll using sh1mmer (or another method) you can use the policy editor (pollen) made by some cool guys down at TN, to remove the policy block on any chrome:// urls (or any url for that matter) or just change any policybruh my school is extra af with the chromebook restrictions like i dont have dev mode, terminal. i literally cannot use any useful settings or websites (not even chrome://sync-internal, which i tried to use to get the password thru like hex encoder, base64 decoder), cant delete extensions but in one of my classes we use like the old mac pcs and ive tried to do like keychain, terminal, you name it but i dont admin password so i literally cant and its annoying bc the service in the school is so basically non existent unless your on the top floor and ofc they dont give us the wifi password. anyways i feel like there definitely has to be a way to use a usb stick to get the wifi password but i have no clue on how to do something like that and google is no help. maybe theres an easier way but like i wanna **** around w a usb stick bc i only just found out you can put like games, portable apps and like scripts n **** on it. so if anybody has an idea im begging u help me
Here are the links u needThere is a method to get MOST (not 100% all) policy added wifi passwords, there are two ways, give me a few minutes to go grab the links for them.
Which method are you referring to? Sh1mmer? And same with your other reply, which site? There's been quite a few of both in this thread lol.And can the admins see if you left securly I remember when the bookmarklets worked when I disabled securly it would turn itself back on after I got off my Chromebook making it so that the admin couldn't see securly was turned off, but with the certificates when they weren't blocked if you did that method it would so the admins you turned of securly, so does this method show that securly is turned off to the admins or not?
Finally and is this actually the 50th page or nah im confusedGuys, pr0xy links don't stay forever. We need a final way to get past securly. And I found out how to do just that.
THIS TIME FOR REAL!
Credits to Titanium Network, duh
1. go to chrome://extensions
2. click 'Details' on Securly For Chromebooks
3. in the url of the page it should look something like chrome://extensions/?id=GIBBERISHGIBBERISH
4. copy all of the code after ?id=
5. in the address bar aka search bar at the top type in chrome-extension:// and then paste in the gibberish from step 4 then add /manifest.json at the end of that
6. then you get some code
7. add a bookmark (rmb on bookmarks bar click add page) name it whatever, and set the page to chrome://hang
8. make sure you are still on the chrome://extension details page as well as the chrome-extension://gibberish/manifest.json page
9. make sure you are on the chrome-extension://gibberish/manifest.json page and then click the new bookmark you created
10. quickly duplicate the page
11. quickly go back to the chrome://extensions details page and turn on allow access to file URLs 12. it should close the duplicated tab 13. you can safely close those two remaining tabs
QUESTIONS? REPLY ON THIS MESSAGE
lolnp I don't know what that is but idk why it isn't working sorryy
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. 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., though on a computer or desktop you can just use Microsoft Store and Bypass all of that
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:
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
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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.