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Re: Crazy with Exit nodes

On 02.05.2007 10:46:28, Fabian Keil wrote:
> "Mr. Blue" <trashdsfg@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > When I go to: 
> > http://www.whatismyipaddress.com.tamaribuchi.exit/
> > I get expected response AND IP.
> > But when I go to majority sites in form like:
> > http://www.domain.net.tamaribuchi.exit/
> > I get:
> > Index of /
> Web servers that are responsible for more than one
> domain rely on the HTTP "Host" header to decide which
> content you're interested in.
> If you use Tor's exit node notation in the URL,
> the browser will also append it to the Host header.
> ...
> The latter can be done automatically with Privoxy's
> hide-tor-exit-notation filter, you can also do it
> manually with Firefox extensions like "Tamper data".

The privoxy rule by itself won't work in most cases. At least my
installation of firefox does use this:

GET http://www.example.com.node.exit/path/to/somewhere HTTP/1.1
Host: www.example.com.node.exit
X-SomeHeaders: value

The Host: will be modified, but not the GET. This is still futile since
I encountered many a webserver ignoring the Host: header with the query
as above.

Go away, or I will replace you with a very small shellscript!

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