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There is no need to scan the whole IPv4 space. Completely wasteful. If you already know the CDN, then you can easily find the ASN and all the IP ranges under that AS. Very large organizations may run more than one ASN but you have tools like Robtex to explore further. (BTW an IP range may also be announced by more than one ASN). The answer is maybe. It ...


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Probably not. CNN could be using a push CDN (where data is sent to the CDN) instead of a pull CDN (where it downloads from a central server). Fastly also provides hosting services, so CNN could just be using them directly. If CNN does run their own servers, they probably have firewalls in place so that their servers only answer requests from fastly. And ...


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Yes, It is possible. You can find the real IP of a domain. It's a little difficult but possible. There are many tools available online: Censys Shodan Nmap etc.


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There are different kind of traces that can allow to identify what you do/have done. First, there are the traces at the target. Here once you have gone through TOR, it is hard to identify you, except from fingerprints from your system. And even in that case, the target will identify that different connections come from the same system, but still be unable to ...


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Here I let a you a link to an explanation of all attacks that you can suffer if you use Tor. Tor can't hide all tracks. That's why crackers(black hat hackers) use MV, VPN(like Tor) and zombie computers, to make them more difficult to track. They will never be safe, they only earn enough time just, not to be discovered. That's why Tor recommend you to change ...


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I had the same problem . This solved my issue: Modify the /etc/hosts file . Change this 127.0.0.1 localhost into 127.0.0.1 local.dev where local.dev can be what you like


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Is this setup truly insecure as mentioned by other IT companies and what are best practices for securing such a setup? The quality of both open source and commercial solutions differ widely. There are commercial firewalls which more or less do what pfSense does and there are firewalls which do a lot more. From what you mention as security features of your ...


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A proxy forwards all traffic and therefore has the possibility to also modify the traffic and thus also to modify the traffic in a malicious way, including making the client download malware or exploiting bugs in the client processing the traffic. This is definitely true for plain HTTP but is also true for HTTPS if the client does not properly check the ...


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