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To answer this question directly: is using just proxy protection for this? Possibly, but a proxy would have to be specially configured to manipulate the traffic it receives. Even then it is still might go over the ISP "wire" where they inspect the traffic and forward it along. Keep in mind a proxy is just something between your end point and the ...


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You can detect it with the Firefox resource bundle. You just have to be aware of JavaScript programming. The resource:// URI scheme is used by Firefox to call on-disk resources from internal modules and extensions. But some of these resources may also be included to any web page and executed via a script tag. Mozilla developers is not considering the ...


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If you have their first name and city, you could always use a site like Spokeo (or others) and go through a listing of names doing additional searches on those. On a stronger note: I highly doubt you have the real name/city. Chances are they were routed anonymously and used a random persons computer to attack from.


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Keep things simple, if you want anonymity, don't use email for logins. Make your user generate an asymmetric key pair to authenticate to your system, call this the login key. When the user want to post a message to your system, the user generates a new asymmetric key pair, call this the data key. The user would then sign their message with the data key and ...


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I am the CEO of a real no Log VPN service. Here is how I would do it without violating a no log policy. I would create Layer 7 filters on the firewall that would pattern match abusive traffic in real time and then mark the matched packets. Once you have the abusive packets marked you could login to your router or WAF and monitor the marked traffic. From ...



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