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Trackerunread, Sep 2, 2003, 1:13:05 AM9/2/03to Port scanned Sept 03. You knowledgeablepeople, please contact the host of this IP address and ask them if youcan use their proxy server and see what they say. Don’t be so freakinstupid. – List of free anonymous proxy servers – Списокбесплатных анонимных прокси серверов – Самарский Эфир::СПБО! :: Знакомства в Самаре:: Бизнес-партнерство:: Реклама у нас:: АдминистрацияHere is a list of actually working HTTP anonymous proxies. Proxy serverson the list bellow are put here for educationalpurpose only. Use them to improve your privacy online, at your own riskand not for malicious deeds! Problemsquestions? Maybe our forum will help you. Ниже приведен список гарантированно рабочих на момент проверки анонимныхHTTP прокси серверов. Этаинформация предоставляется здесь совершенно свободно и в целях повышенияВашей скорости ибезопасности работы в сети Интернет. Вы не должны использовать проксисерверы для каких-либозлонамеренных поступков. Разрешать проблемы связанные с безопасностью ипрокси Вам поможет наш форум. SOCKS servers:: Proxychecking:: Forum::Проксичекер:: Форум Наш портал бесплатных объявлений: проверено -ограничений нет! last check – June 19 2003 total 1 004 proxyservers (on this page – 1-100) IP:port Type SSL? Country203. 13. 25. 50:8000 anonymous Australia 199. 8. 200. 90:8000 anonymous Australia* + 199. 90 |___ 21 File Transfer Protocol [Control] |___ 220 FTP server ready… |___ 80 World Wide Web HTTP |___ HTTP/1. 1 200 WebSTAR/4. 5(SSL) ID/ Tue, 02Sep 2003TrackerBit Twisterunread, Sep 2, 2003, 1:32:40 AM9/2/03to On Tue, 02 Sep 2003 09:13:05 +0400, Tracker wrote:> Port scanned Sept 03. You knowledgeable> people, please contact the host of this IP address and ask them if you> can use their proxy server and see what they say. Don’t be so freakin> are the security expert, why did you post that crap in the newsgroup? I guess you are trying to hit the top ten with the abuse dept. Jasonunread, Sep 2, 2003, 5:09:45 AM9/2/03to * Bit Twister :bwhahaha tracker and security expert?? Now thats an oxymoron if I ever saw one. JasonMikeunread, Sep 2, 2003, 3:21:09 PM9/2/03to “Tracker” <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in > Port scanned Sept 03. Don’t be so freakin> is your point exactly? These lists exist everywhere. I found this onein a few seconds It lists proxies and openrelays. Far more useful to point people at say to tell them how to stop being big would be more useful is telling people how to avoid being on theselists in the first place by using firewalls and AV you are going to promote yourself as a ‘security expert’, tell ussomething we don’t already know and provide some useful information and notramblings about VPNs being placed by hackers to infiltrate your system, your web site is STILL ewhonunread, Sep 2, 2003, 3:44:49 PM9/2/03to The internet consists of millions of connected machines. The default installof the o/s and applications leaves them open to is criminal inmany countries to access such machines without consent, but that does notstop such reason people buy locks for their houses, is not because it is againstthe law to not have a lock, but to prevent the abuse of trust that leavingit unlocked exposes them the same way, it is not illegal to connect a ‘wide open’ machine to theInternet. However, best practice indicates that you should take similarpreventative steps to reduce a firewall, patch your o/s and apps, and update anti-virus. It is notrocket-science. Bleating ‘isn’t it terrible that hackers/crackers break into PC’s’ is notgoing to reduce such incidents. Groups such as this which share exploits, compromises, best practice, left-field thinking, are not the cause of root cause of the problem are the vendors of the bugged operatingsystems and apps which allows this to discovery of these holes is a technical challenge to find, to patch & the disease, not the Doctors. Whoeverunread, Sep 2, 2003, 7:03:08 PM9/2/03to On Tue, 2 Sep 2003, erewhon wrote:> The reason people buy locks for their houses, is not because it is against> the law to not have a lock, but to prevent the abuse of trust that leaving> it unlocked exposes them to. > > In the same way, it is not illegal to connect a ‘wide open’ machine to the> Internet. However, best practice indicates that you should take similar> preventative steps to reduce might ask why some OS vendors don’t act like housebuilders and provide effective locks on systems when they build them. Forgotten Boyunread, Sep 2, 2003, 7:36:44 PM9/2/03to “Tracker” <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in ‘s a great website, but the proxies don’t stay active enough for myliking. I’m in a situation where I need to have access to a dependableproxy from either the U. S. or Canada. Whoeverunread, Sep 2, 2003, 9:15:27 PM9/2/03to On Tue, 2 Sep 2003, Leythos wrote:> In article <>, > says… > There are no effective locks on a house – as long as you have windows > you are open to the world. All a lock does is slow them down – much like > a password. Effective doesn’t mean invulnerable or perfect. Most network security experts will tell you that no individual security measure provides perfect security. The objective for both locks and computer security is to:1. Make the attacker look for an easier target and2. increase the time required for a successful attack to longer than it would take to be caught in the act and3. provide discouragement by making it more likely that a successful (or unsuccessful) attacker can be identified. spongeunread, Sep 3, 2003, 3:38:42 AM9/3/03to On Tue, 2 Sep 2003 20:44:49 +0100, “erewhon” <>wrote:Agreed with the latter part, not with the this day and age, including locks on the house is necessary. Idon’t know of any homebuilder who doesn’t, so why shouldn’t softwareor OS manufacturers? Unfortunately, a few OS and software vendors(*cough*MICROSOFT**coughcough*) cross the line into negligence, possibly worse. It is one thing not to include a lock with the house, or a cheap one, but it’s another thing entirely to include doors andwindows designed ideally for breaking and entering. This is thesituation with ActiveX and File/Print Sharing. It is unconscionablethat these features should be active by default – particularly, pecially when the dangers have been known and actualized for yearsand through many releases of the OS. SpongeSponge’s Anti-Spyware Source 3, 2003, 1:23:29 AM9/3/03to Forgotten Boy wrote:Because I walk into my doctors records office and can steal medical recordsdoesnt give me the right to do Best Kept Secrets of Backdoors, Cracking, Firewalls, Hacking, Proxies, The Internet, Trojan Horses, Virtual Private Networks, Virus, Windows and different types of Servers can be found at: Higdonunread, Sep 3, 2003, 9:50:24 AM9/3/03to “Tracker” <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in >> Because I walk into my doctors records office and can steal medicalrecords> doesnt give me the right to do so. >I’ll bet you have to walk off with yours. Whitehatterunread, Sep 3, 2003, 10:18:50 AM9/3/03to On Mon, 01 Sep 2003 23:13:05 -0600, Tracker remarked blithely:For the love all that’s unholy, would you make up your mind? Either youagree that unless the host explicitly permits access, access is you agree that any host that does not explicitly deny access you tell people that using or accessing a system without expressconsent is wrong… and then you probe and enumerate someone elsessystem, post the information to a series of security and hacking groups, and then have the gall to request someone ELSE contact the host credibility you might have hoped for (guffaw), you’ve utterlydestroyed in less than 3 munread, Sep 3, 2003, 3:38:06 PM9/3/03to Tracker <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in message news:<>… > > Because I walk into my doctors records office and can steal medical records> doesnt give me the right to do so. > But closing an account and then using said accout is okay? Nastyunread, Sep 3, 2003, 3:48:25 PM9/3/03to. This is the> situation with ActiveX and File/Print Sharing. It is> unconscionable that these features should be active by> default – particularly, FPS. Dang now I’m confused again. I have win98SE and the File/Print Sharing areturned off by default. Is it different on other versions of windows? Don’tmean to post such silly question but I really am curious. — “Don’t Dream It”Dr. Frank-N-Furter (a scientist)munread, Sep 3, 2003, 8:20:06 PM9/3/03to On Wed, 3 Sep 2003 15:48:25 -0400, “Nasty”<> wrote:>. This is the>> situation with ActiveX and File/Print Sharing. It is>> unconscionable that these features should be active by>> default – particularly, FPS. >> Dang now I’m confused again. I have win98SE and the File/Print Sharing are>turned off by default. Perhaps sponge had in mind the default bindings of internet adaptersto NetBios leaving port 139 open. >Is it different on other versions of windows? No, starting with Win 3, 2003, 8:26:50 PM9/3/03to wrote:> On Wed, 3 Sep 2003 15:48:25 -0400, “Nasty”> <> wrote:>>>. This is the>>> situation with ActiveX and File/Print Sharing. It is>>> unconscionable that these features should be active by>>> default – particularly, FPS. >>>> Dang now I’m confused again. I have win98SE and the>> File/Print Sharing are turned off by default. >> Perhaps sponge had in mind the default bindings of> internet adapters to NetBios leaving port 139 open. Oh, OK gotcha. I already went in and shut down port 139 and 137Thanks, I may ask some stupid questions sometimes but I want to learn all Ican about windows since it’s the most widely used OS. Then I will move on toLinux and ackerunread, Sep 3, 2003, 4:13:02 PM9/3/03to Mikeunread, Sep 4, 2003, 6:01:30 AM9/4/03to “Tracker” <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in >>> wrote:>> > Tracker <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in messagenews:<>… > > >> > > Because I walk into my doctors records office and can steal medicalrecords> > > doesnt give me the right to do so. > > >> >> > But closing an account and then using said accout is okay? >> For testing purposes, yesTheft is theft no matter how you dress it officer, I was just tesing to see if I could break into that rental carI just Schmechtigunread, Sep 4, 2003, 7:25:00 AM9/4/03to > The Best Kept Secrets of Backdoors, Cracking, Firewalls, Hacking, > Proxies, The Internet, Trojan Horses, Virtual Private Networks, Virus, > Windows and different types of Servers can be found at:Stop lying. Mimicunread, Sep 4, 2003, 9:51:17 AM9/4/03to “Tracker” <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in >>> wrote:>> > Tracker <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in messagenews:<>… > > >> >> > But closing an account and then using said accout is okay? >> For testing purposes, yes>> Tracker>>>So if i break into a major goverment installation to test its security, thats okay is it?… dumbass–Mimic”Without Knowledge you have fear, With fear you create your own nightmares. “”There are 10 types of people in this world. Those that understand Binary, and those that dont. “munread, Sep 4, 2003, 10:17:53 PM9/4/03to Tracker <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote > > > wrote:> >> Tracker <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"> wrote in message>> news:<>… >> >>> > Because I walk into my doctors records office and can steal>> > medical records doesnt give me the right to do so. >> >>>>> But closing an account and then using said accout is okay? > > For testing purposes, yesNo, it isn’t. If you don’t inform the provider and receive permission to do so, you’re stealing just like the hackers you claim to punread, Sep 7, 2003, 3:06:33 PM9/7/03to “Whitehatter” wrote in me… > Any credibility you might have hoped for (guffaw), you’ve utterly> destroyed in less than 3 days. >> Good about 5 years…
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A proxy server is a machine that sits between the proxy users and the servers that they need access to. When a proxy user requests a certain remote resource using a URL, the proxy server receives this request and fetches the resource to fulfill the client’s request. This process enables the proxy server to store the requested content in a cache. Any new request that asks for information already in the cache no longer needs to be serviced by fetching it from the remote server. Instead, the new request is serviced from the cached data. In typical proxy scenarios, the purpose of a proxy server is to fetch the requested resource from the remote server, return it to the requesting user, and cache it in local drives.
There are some types (levels) of proxy server anonymity. Anonymous proxy, high-anonymous (elite) and transparent proxy.
Anonymous Proxy shows that it’s proxy. In short, a remote host can detect Anonymous Proxy as proxy, but without any information about an IP of the one who sits behind this proxy. High-Anonymous (Elite) Proxy doesn’t show that it’s proxy at all. Transparent Proxy changes an IP, but at the same time shows the user’s real IP.

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