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RE: Tool to find hidden web proxy server
From: "Wozny, Scott (US - New York)" <swozny () deloitte com>
Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2004 16:19:30 -0400

To point 1, a router wouldn't change the SIP of the packet so the only reason a router would show up in an outbound web 
'top talker' list is if it was proxying outbound connections using it's 'approved' IP (more accurately NATing rather 
than proxying but with the same effect of unauthorized IPs getting web access).  In this case this is exactly what the 
original poster is looking for.  I think it's one of the better options to find LIKELY proxy servers or NAT devices 
without the ability to look at the process table on every device on your network.  It is, however, by no means 
foolproof.  Likely you'll catch the most grievous offenders (dozens or hundreds of users on the same proxy) but those 
giving out access to only a couple of people probably won't pop to the top of your list.

Scott

-----Original Message-----
From: Jose Maria Lopez [mailto:jkerouac () bgsec com] 
Sent: Friday, September 03, 2004 6:13 PM
To: pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: Tool to find hidden web proxy server


El vie, 03 de 09 de 2004 a las 10:32, Singh, Yashpal escribió:
1. I think, you monitor the network traffic and see which authorized machines are generating the most of the traffic. 
And hen you can conclude who is running the proxy server on their machines. 


That could be perfectly a router to other network, and maybe you can't
see behind that device.



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