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Re: [Full-disclosure] UnAnonymizer
From: Peter Besenbruch (prblava.net)
Date: Tue Jun 27 2006 - 13:17:19 CDT
H D Moore wrote:
> If your real internal and external NAT addresses did not appear when using
> a proxy, either the Java applet did not load or a race condition failed.
> From browsing the database backend, it looks like just over 1,000 people
> were successfully identified (internal + nat gw + external + dns). The
> database is wiped every 24 hours.
I doubt it's a race condition, as the failure is consistent. As for the
failure of something to load, that's possible, although Java applets run
just fine, when I enable them, as I did with the Metasploit site.
As you can no doubt tell, I used a *nix based system for the test, where
there are a variety of ways to install both the browser and Java. In my
case, I went to Sun and Mozilla directly. I placed a link from Java's
plug-in to Firefox's plugin directory. That was about the extent of my
> Thanks for testing!
No, thank you. It was interesting.
> On Monday 26 June 2006 20:07, H D Moore wrote:
>> A fun browser toy that depends on Java for complete results:
>> - http://metasploit.com/research/misc/decloak/
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