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Redirecting traffic
From: "Andres Molinetti" <andymolinetti () hotmail com>
Date: Fri, 05 Aug 2005 17:28:38 +0000

I am pen-testing a client application and I 've found, analysing traffic dumps, that it seems to connect to a hardcoded internal IP and retrieve data from a strange port that is afterwards displayed in the application. I want to be able to redirect that traffic to another IP in order to test it for overflows and other issues. I have found a way to change the default gateway of the application's host. So I thought of setting my linux box as its gateway and using iptables to redirect the traffic to the other IP.
I'm needing help with the building of the rules...


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