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Can you solve this problem? I got a question for a Network guy.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by tony-raymondo, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    Thanks for reading.

    If you look at this screen shot, you can see ScrapeBox is pulling down proxy information from 7 sources.

    I would like to know what these 7 sources are.

    He is probably simply pulling down the HTML from places like proxy4free.com, and scraping the data off.

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    Do you know how to find the URL's of these 7 sources.

    In some way, I know there are people out there who have tools to analyze the requests your network card is making.

    But sadly, I am not bright enough to do it :hmmmm2:

    One could use a method similar to the way this kid did here, when he cracked the "secret" Micro Niche Finder SOC value:

    http://ezinearticles.com/?Micro-Nic...a-For-the-Strength-of-Competition-Calculation

    Thanks!
     
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  2. pyronaut

    pyronaut Executive VIP

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    Probably samair.ru being one. That place always has the best proxies.

    I made my own harvester for there, but the port values are "obfuscated". And you need to check the javascript and match up the value -> value. Kind of like a dictionary I guess.
     
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  3. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    i'd be willing to paypal some money for anyone who can solve this
     
  4. admhat

    admhat Newbie

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    Code:
    proxz.com/proxy_list_ca_0.html
    appears to be one source according to
    Code:
    google.com/search?q="98.197.28.202"+"69.243.160.186"+"174.48.213.167"
     
  5. savvypro

    savvypro Regular Member

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    The program your looking for is wireshark
    Code:
    http://www.wireshark.org/
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  6. lumien

    lumien Junior Member

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    Yeah, wireshark is the program you need like the above poster stated.

    Basically, you run wireshark and in the configuration you select to monitor your network card.

    Then you start scraping proxies. In wireshark, you "start capturing" and will see all the source and destination addresses of the data flowing through your network card.

    You could then take the destination addresses and do a whois on them or just type them into a browser and see where they go to figure out what site it is.

    Lumien