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RE: bypassing employer's proxy to surf anonymously
From: Craig Wright (cwrightbdosyd.com.au)
Date: Tue Jun 13 2006 - 15:55:17 CDT
Or to put my comment in again as I have on this topic numerous times over the years as it pops up.
Maybe the question should be rephrased from "how do I bypass the employer's proxy to surf anonymously?" to:
How do I breach the terms of my employment?
How do I seek to bypass the controls that my company has put in place?
How do I show that I can not be trusted?
How do I break systems rather than fixing or building them?
How do I show that I have low moral character?
How do I demonstrate that I should not be woirking in the security industry?!
The issue is not how to break it. but how to stop this. What controls will help? What montiroing and logs will be of use?
From: alan [mailto:alanclueserver.org]
Sent: Wed 14/06/2006 5:42 AM
To: Hubert Seiwert
Cc: gimeshellweb.de; pen-testsecurityfocus.com
Subject: Re: bypassing employer's proxy to surf anonymously
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