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sproxy (UNIX name: sproxy, registered 2004-01-14 11:49)
has been rejected. i didn got a mail why - and i can`t
see a cause why.
thanks for any information, Nik
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1.: sproxy is developed in c++. it`s a proxy, wich validates
GET or POST request`s by sting matching. this program should
help to get rid of exploid or cmd.exe attacks.
sproxy is designed for GNU/Linux.
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at all i don`t get the point, what you still miss.
technical description... my last posting described what it
is actually doing:
a browser is connecting on port 80 to sproxy.
the proxy is putting the "GET" or "post" string together
(for example, if the "GET" request is 4k hughe, it will be
send in more than one packackes...).
after the complete GET request is build, sproxy compares, if
the string - for example GET
http://184.108.40.206/great_folder/anyfile.zip has a match
with a configuration file:
in this case, the string
"http://220.127.116.11/great_folder/" matches with the GET
request, so the user can download the file.
if the GET request would be: GET
"http://18.104.22.168/cmd.exe" the string doesn`t match,
and the request will be dropped.
as said before, the program is written in c++
i hope this is, what you need/expect.