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    Default K9 Web Protection bypass?

    Hello,

    My friend is nagging me to find a way to bypass this "K9 Web Protection" software.

    Anyone know a way lol?

    He said if you end the process it cuts off all access ()

    Thanks
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    Google'd exactly that phrase already
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    Well, if he has administrator rights on the PC, uninstall the software? Or uninstall, reinstall and set a new password.

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    go to C:\Program Files\Blue Coat K9 Web Protectionclick once on license
    then press delete button
    go to http://www.k9webprotection.com/downl...protection.exe
    then press run
    press next
    click i agree
    click next
    go to http://www1.k9webprotection.com/getk9/index.php
    fill the form in
    then check your email if you've got the license
    then copy and paste the license into the installation
    click next
    then create your own password
    then click next
    click install
    then it has the part where it says error opening file for writing.....
    you click ignore
    then go to manually reboot later
    go to start
    go to all programs
    go to where it says blue coat k9 web protection
    go to uninstall
    click yes
    then type the password that you made before
    then reboot now
    and voila...you uninstalled it
    http://www.fixya.com/support/t479110...n_without_code
    Lets set the stage on fire, and hollywood will be jealous.

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    Thanks, told him to try it, +Rep
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