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Posted on 09-04-08 11:58
Hey,

I know this may seem stupid but I don't care so I am going to ask anyways. Is it possible to create a website that has it's own web browser within it? So if say it was
www.google2.com

I could then surf to
www.thissiteisblockedbyafirewall.com

But it would seem like I was at www.google2.com the entire time?

I know it seems like a proxy but I want it not to have to change the URL at all, or move from that page so I am assuming that I would have to use frames.

Any ideas?

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Posted on 09-04-08 12:31
your looking for a HTTP web proxy.

theres plenty free online, such as hidemyass.com

and most of these projects are open source and written in PHP.

after a quick google on the above, you should have plenty of results to be on your way to setting up your own.


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Posted on 09-04-08 12:46
But proxies are easily blocked, they also change their URL when going to new sites... I want one that only reloads the frame for the site, not the entire page
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Posted on 09-04-08 13:59
you could'nt do that, most sites are blocked by , at least, an ok blocker/firewall that will check all the links on the page and you even src from another page that gets blocked.


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Posted on 09-04-08 14:08
you can still read the source via php and write it in the new page.

should work easily in static pages ..... or at least as long no form is used


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Posted on 09-04-08 21:48
sacman wrote:
you can still read the source via php and write it in the new page.

should work easily in static pages ..... or at least as long no form is used


You still have to request using a different connection, you can't use the firewalled/protected one.

The easiest way to do this is (like Cheese said) HTTP proxy'ing, if you want a more "stable" solution you're looking at something like SSH tunneling (basically you use a remote connection for your 'dirty' work).



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Is this mainly for school to bypass there filters?


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Posted on 10-04-08 12:19
If you are looking to browse as if you were at 'Location B' when you are at 'Location A' Then Cheese is correct, you are looking for a Web Proxy Site.

You can easily find a free one that you can install at home and use a site like DynDNS to create a dynamic Proxy account to host this off of. Otherwise you are looking at as has already been stated, SSH tunneling. Another option however is VPN tunneling which no one seems to like. But I will not get into that Wink

I truthfully prefer the SSH Tunnel method or VPN tunneling but I am sure you will find what you want.


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Posted on 10-04-08 13:28
SSH tunneling is prob, the best way to go.


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