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What kind of tunneling method is this?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by pigman, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. pigman

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    I'm trying to determine what kind of proxy/tunneling method this guy is talking about. He are a few quotes from him:
    So what exactly is an "X/MTP" device and what port are they usually on? I can't find too much info online. The concept sounds very interesting, but I have to wonder if the author is full of it. He says there are over a million of these devices out there, yet there's hardly any info on them.While searching, I found a site referring to XMTP (XML MIME Transformation Protocol), but I don't know if it's the same thing he's referring to or not. I don't see how one could use that to tunnel HTTP traffic thru. It's not even an official protocol, so I doubt that a million people are using it, let alone many devices supporting it.