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proasp_howto thread: AW: connection issues


Message #1 by "Neethling, Dirk HTC/DE/EIC" <Dirk.Neethling2@h...> on Sun, 11 Mar 2001 22:54:02 +0100
Is it possible to detect what page someone has open in their browser 
once
that page has been loaded, not the log in the proxy but being able to 
read
the browser with a spy tool as to which page is currently open?
Dirk

> -----Urspr=FCngliche Nachricht-----
> Von:	Dallas Martin [SMTP:dmartin@z...]
> Gesendet am:	Montag, 12. M=E4rz 2001 03:05
> An:	How To
> Betreff:	Re: connection  issues
>
> If you are really serious about Internet Security on the LAN, then 
you use
> a
> firewall and proxy server to
> controll ports and IP addresses.
>
> I don't know what level of control you have in your LAN, but there 
are
> several spyware applications
> which allow the Network Admininstrator to spy on a user.  I used to 
work
> for
> a government agency.
> We ran Wiin95 workstations on NT4 boxes. The Win95v installation was
> tightly
> controlled by the IT
> department. When a user logged in, a script ran to install "spyware" 
on
> the
> user's machine.  Our Internet
> access was controlled by a Firewall and Proxy server. Periodically, 
the
> Proxy server log files were examined
> for porn sites and other forbidden areas as well as what IP addresses 
were
> being hit the most.


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