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    Default proxy bypass java?

    This may be considered to be in the gray area so mods please be free to close this thread.

    If some of you enjoy playing poker online you may have notice that sometimes it can be a little bit hard to be eligible to play especially if you are from north america.
    So here is the thing, most poker sites allow you to run applications on their site(so there is no need to download anything) but most of this application are java based, therefore using a proxy wouldnt always work as i have heard that java exposes your real ip.
    Is there any way to bypass this filter?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerebus View Post
    This may be considered to be in the gray area so mods please be free to close this thread.

    If some of you enjoy playing poker online you may have notice that sometimes it can be a little bit hard to be eligible to play especially if you are from north america.
    So here is the thing, most poker sites allow you to run applications on their site(so there is no need to download anything) but most of this application are java based, therefore using a proxy wouldnt always work as i have heard that java exposes your real ip.
    Is there any way to bypass this filter?

    Thank you
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    Apart from the obvious legality of this subject, it has nothing to do with the purpose of this forum, which is the support of backtrack.

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