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Re: Reverse Proxy
From: charlie clark <charlie () funkymunkey com>
Date: Sat, 03 Sep 2011 10:37:29 +0100

Thanks for your help.
I managed to find it, there seems to be about 4-5 image files coming from another IP, after changing my hosts file to point the domain there it appears to have the whole website on, I'm assuming that this is the actual web server as it appears to be with a hosting company so looks promising. :)

Not too sure why they would pull a few images directly though...

On 02/09/11 22:30, Gage Bystrom wrote:
Well your options are limited. You can look for some type of
information disclosure, find other hosts the target owns and then scan
their subnets for http servers, etc.


And of course if the situation permits it, pwn the proxy and check
their logs. Assuming you have permission naturally :P

On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 1:58 PM,<charlie () funkymunkey com>  wrote:
Hi,

I am wondering how someone would find out the IP address of a web server if
it were behind a reverse proxy, but still on a public IP? Say for instance,
the website was using CloudFlare, the A record points to CloudFlare but the
website is hosted elsewhere on a public IP.


Charlie

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