COMCAST-7922 open proxy servers list (ASN7922) – Spys.one
Show ANM SSL Type Sort Found 11 proxies See also United States proxies Permanent link to this page: IP:portTypeAnonymity*Country (city/region)Hostname/ORGLatency**Speed***UptimeCheck date (GMT+03)50. 232. 250. 157HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAUS Saint Paul (Minnesota)50. 1575. 02742% (13) +11-oct-2021 01:00 (3 hours ago)173. 166. 149. 188HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAUS Jefferson (Maryland) (199) -10-oct-2021 23:13 (5 hours ago)50. 229. 122. 130HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAUS San Francisco (California) (67) -10-oct-2021 23:11 (5 hours ago)50. 241. 148. 97HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAUS Rosedale (Maryland) (431) -10-oct-2021 23:04 (5 hours ago)50. 236. 203. 15HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAUS50. 158. 14453% (18) -10-oct-2021 22:18 (6 hours ago)50. 192. 60HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAUS Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) (11) -10-oct-2021 21:52 (6 hours ago)50. 56. 129HTTPHIAUS Brookfield (Connecticut) (261) +10-oct-2021 21:37 (7 hours ago)50. 195. 69HTTPHIAUS Logan (Utah) (340) -10-oct-2021 16:43 (11 hours ago)50. 233. 42. 98HTTPHIAUS Evanston (Illinois) (658) -10-oct-2021 11:05 (17 hours ago)50. 193. 36. 173HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAUS San Francisco (California) (17) -09-oct-2021 12:49 (1 days ago)50. 234. 219. 35HTTP (Squid)NOAUS Spring (Texas)50. 354. 123% (11) +08-oct-2021 12:51 (2 days ago)*NOA – non anonymous proxy, ANM – anonymous proxy server, HIA – high anonymous proxy. **Latency – lower = better. ***Relative to another servers. HTTPS – HTTP proxy with SSL support.
Comcast is proxying all unencrypted content – DEV Community
Nov 29, 2018
I originally posted this on the originally unsecure platform, facebook. I should edit this for grammar, but I just wanted to bang it out, because you know… job/work.
I cannot stand #comcast, no one that knows me finds this surprising, I’m forever ranting about them. The fact that Comcast is the only option for so many people is ridiculously sad. My job requires me to be on the internet constantly, I do a lot of security research and general research.
Today, I found the most horrific thing a security nerd can find. Comcast is FORCING all unencrypted traffic through Comcast proxy servers. I don’t have a choice, I wasn’t asked, or notified (I’m sure the TOS that’s 938429 pages long mentioned it). This enables Comcast to inject anything they want into your unencrypted web browsing.
If you want to see technical details about what these jackholes are doing, see here:
I tested a popular website, (a only website) with and without a VPN on, and the difference in HTML delivered was comcast HTML injection, which included 3rd party asset calls, analytics tracking, etc.
I want to protect my entire network (including all those people in my home) against this kind of absolutely unacceptable spying, however it gets fugly, because as cord cutters, we use streaming services, and Netflix and Hulu are NOT VPN friendly. These services actively block VPNs because viewers can appear to be in a different geological location (ODIN FORBID YOU NOT BEING AN AUTHORIZED AREA), so if I run my whole house through a VPN, then we won’t be able to use streaming services.
I’ve been considering deploying a local forced proxy for any port 80 traffic to be forced through a VPN connection at MY gateway and not comcast’s. Nearly every streaming service uses HTTPs, so this wouldn’t diddle with streaming services.
The point of this rant is to SHAME comcast, not that they care in the least about consumers. You may constantly see ads for VPNs as you browse online, and these are the reasons why, you absolutely CANNOT trust your local service provider when it hijacks your content and modifies it before it gets to you. Ask China what it’s like to have all your traffic monitored and modified before it gets to you. Comcast could potentially change anything before you have a chance to read the original version. If Comcast obtains a CA that browers accept, they would then be able to hijack your HTTPS connections, which is ABSOLUTELY concievable at this point.
Websites that use web application firewall services like Cloudflare are also subjected to this kind of risk. Cloudflare inspects all traffic to and from source servers, so it’s a single point that could modify, track, and potentially block content. If a BlackHat were to compromise Cloudflare, thousands of ecommerce businesses could be at risk of having traffic snooped. Same with Comcast, if (AND WHEN) they are compromised, they could modify YOUR traffic so that you’re seeing what someone else wants you to see.
Trust no one. Especially worthless corporations like Comcast.
Find Proxy Settings on Your Computer (for Local Testing parameters)
You can find the proxy settings applicable to your machine and use them to set up Local Testing connections.
A proxy server sits between your machine and your ISP. In most organizations, proxies are configured
by network admins to filter and/or monitor inbound and outbound web traffic from employee computers.
In this article, we’ll show you how to view proxy settings (if your computer is behind a proxy server).
You can then use the information to set up Local Testing connections with BrowserStack..
Find Proxy Settings in Windows
In most cases, browsers will use proxy settings that are set on the computer. However, each browser has a
settings page to configure proxy settings as well.
There are two ways to find proxy settings in Windows: via the Settings app (Windows 10 only) or via the
Using the Settings App (Windows 10) to find proxy settings
Click on Start, then click on the gear icon (Settings) at the far left.
In the Windows Settings menu, click on Network & Internet.
In the left pane, click on Proxy.
Here you have all the settings that are related to setting up a proxy in Windows. It’s split into
two configurations: Automatic or Manual proxy setup.
Using the configuration details to set up Local Testing connection:
If “Use setup script“ is enabled, it means that you have configured PAC proxy on your system. You
can obtain the path to PAC file from the “Script Address“ section.
Note: To set up a Local Testing connection using the PAC file, you need to ensure that the PAC file is stored on your computer and path needs to an absolute path to that file.
If “Manual proxy setup” is enabled, you can simply obtain Proxy Host and Port from the “Address“
and “Port“ section.
For Local Testing to work correctly, you need to bypass the traffic for – – from your
proxy. You can do this by adding an entry in the Proxy Exception> text field in the
“Manual proxy setup” section.
Using Control Panel (all Windows versions) to find proxy settings
In any Windows version, you can find the proxy settings via the Control Panel on your computer.
Click on Start and open the Control Panel. Then click on
In the Internet Options, go to Connections > LAN settings.
Here you have all the settings that are related to setting up a proxy in Windows. It’s basically
split into two configurations: either Automatic configuration or
Proxy Server setup.
If “Use automatic configuration script“ iis checked, it means that you have configured PAC proxy
in your system. You can obtain the path to PAC file from the “Script Address“ section.
If “Use a proxy server for your LAN” is checked, you can obtain Proxy Host and Port from the
“Address“ and “Port“ section.
proxy. You can do this by clicking the “Advanced“ button and adding an entry in the
“Do not use proxy server for addresses beginning with:“ text field.
Find Proxy Settings in OS X
On OS X, you have to view the proxy settings in System Preferences. This is where most browsers check automatically. However, each browser has a settings page to configure proxy settings as well.
Open System Preferences and click on Network.
On the left-hand side, click on an active network connection. Note that you can have different proxy settings for different network connections. Click on the Advanced button on the bottom right.
Click on the Proxies tab and you’ll see a list of proxy protocols you can configure.
If “Automatic Proxy Configuration“ is checked, it means that you have configured PAC proxy in your system. You can obtain the path to PAC file from the “Script Address“ section.
If “Web Proxy (HTTP)” or “Secure Web Proxy (HTTPS)“ is checked, you can simply obtain Proxy Host, Port, Username, and Password.
For Local Testing to work correctly, you need to bypass the traffic for – – from your proxy. You can do this by adding an entry in the ”Bypass proxy settings for these Hosts & Domains” text field.
Connection duration and disconnection
In Linux, finding your proxy settings will depend on what distribution you are running. Mostly, the procedure would be similar for the various distributions.
On Ubuntu, open on System Settings from the launcher and scroll down to Hardware. Click on Network.
Click on Network Proxy, you can choose from Automatic or Manual.
If the “Automatic“ option is selected, it means that you have configured PAC proxy in your system. You can obtain the path to PAC file from the “Configuration URL“ section.
If the “Manual“ option is selected, you can simply obtain Proxy Host and Port from the appropriate section.
For Local Testing to work correctly, you need to bypass the traffic for – – from your proxy. You can do this by using the command-line interface as follows:
To change proxy exceptions, use ‘set’ option with ‘gsettings’ command as follows.
$ gsettings set ignore-hosts “[‘localhost’, ”, ‘::1’]”
If access to the above sections is restricted on your computer, you can seek help from your IT/Network Team to gather this information.
Frequently Asked Questions about comcast proxy server list
Does Xfinity use a proxy server?
Comcast is FORCING all unencrypted traffic through Comcast proxy servers. … This enables Comcast to inject anything they want into your unencrypted web browsing.Nov 29, 2018
How do I find the proxy server for my area?
Find Proxy Settings in WindowsClick on Start, then click on the gear icon (Settings) at the far left.In the Windows Settings menu, click on Network & Internet.In the left pane, click on Proxy.Here you have all the settings that are related to setting up a proxy in Windows.
What is the most common proxy server?
A forward proxy is the most common form of a proxy server and is generally used to pass requests from an isolated, private network to the Internet through a firewall.