[unisog] Anonymous proxy servers

Vijay Sarvepalli vijay at ericavijay.net
Wed Mar 31 21:01:35 GMT 2010


Hi Micheal,

My intention was to look for attacks that come from these.  They seems to be
most popular in harvesting / dictionary searching / directory searching.

Thanks for this..
Vijay

On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 9:12 AM, Michael Holstein <
michael.holstein at csuohio.edu> wrote:

>
> > Anybody know how we can get a list of anonymous proxies?  bind2,
> anonymizer
> > and such sites?
> >
>
> Besides asking the obvious question of "why" (since many anonymous
> proxies on such lists are unintentionally configured as such, and using
> them is of dubious legality) .. but to answer your question, perhaps the
> best-known one is here :
>
> http://www.multiproxy.org/
>
> There is also TOR (torproject.org) which is an anonymous multi-hop proxy
> run by volunteers (many at other .edus).
>
> If the goal is to find a way to test yourself (website development,
> pen-testing, etc) from an external perspective .. just get a $20/mo DSL
> line from your local ILEC.
>
> There are a number of paid services ($5-10/mo) that offer a commercial
> level of service (some with a "country selector" for your exit IP).
>
> Cheers,
>
> Michael Holstein
> Cleveland State University
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