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Re: Thanks for the feedback and NAT-hide question
From: marko ruotsalainen <chrome () liquidinfo net>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 13:12:37 +0300


On Sun, 6 Aug 2006 18:23:58 -0700
"Erin Carroll" <amoeba () amoebazone com> wrote:

As nobody commented on this, I give it a shot.

webservers. How do you get around those obstacles in order to get valid
responses/results and possible find an exploitable hole in Weblogic?

If I understood correctly, the web-servers are supposed to provide
information for public Internet and sits behind load-balancer. If it
isn't so, then my suggestion can be ignored.

IPS: none (inline, possible management interface on
DMZ router: (ACL for allow 80/443. public IP nats to
various internal IP's. 80/443 traffic routed to LB VIP)

I'd just try to enforce HTTPS in my requests to bypass the IPS and find
a vulnerability in the web-application or Weblogic itself. If there is
a state to be kept, then the load-balancer would direct my requests to
the same server.


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