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#1 appeland

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Posted 31 May 2006 - 08:11 AM

Hello,
this might not be the right place but I know that one of you has the inside of this.

My Company has started logging what we browse which I obviously do not like because I do browse privat pages (like this one).

My idea is now to purchase a SSL cert for my own webserver and put together a two framed
page that has a URL entry form in the top frame and the lower frame would display the result.

Would that effectivly hide the target site from the ISA Server. i.e does my webserver fetch the target page or is it still the corporate connection that will retrieve the target page ?

Thanks & Regards,

Andi





#2 rathfon

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Posted 31 May 2006 - 08:48 AM

Well, I'm assuming it catches the "page requests" so if you have the dual frames like that, and type that into the bar and hit "Go" on the frame -- it will send out the request for that URL and yes, they can still log that. If your connection runs through/from that server, they can see anything they want (concerning data coming/going). Sorry.

I did that once in highschool last year. I made a page with javascript exactly like you are speaking of, because we could only have windows open with a certain title (eg. "Cisco"). So I made the <title> Cisco. All was well, until they kicked me out of that class for a browser I had made, they called it 'hacking.' Horrible school. Principal told me, "We had our techs analyze it and it is exploiting the network and the whole network is at risk."

#3 samshel

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Posted 31 May 2006 - 09:10 AM

Yes..i totally agree with rathfon....every request you do to internet using any page or any thing else...can be traced....

though i think this has nothing to do with PHP and could be placed in appropriate forum....
Cheers,
SamShel
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#4 appeland

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Posted 31 May 2006 - 09:25 AM

Thanks for thinking about this lads.
I had some further thought about this and came up with another solution, that migth just do the trick:

Instead of using simple frames I use fopen() to get php to retrieve the target page on the serverside and then just echo the stream line for line.

The SSL'd connection will stop the proxy to read my form submits (post). I now just need to figure out
how to work with links and things in the target page. But since I take the target page apart with fopen() anyway I might just replace hyperlinks with appropriate request to my server to display another "hidden" page.

Input will be appreciated.

#5 samshel

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Posted 01 June 2006 - 05:13 AM

FYI, This also can be traced and logged.....
Cheers,
SamShel
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