Kye-U's Browser Security Pack [Proxomitron]

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  1. Kye-U

    Kye-U Security Expert

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    Updated to v4.29: http://www.kye-u.com/proxo/forums/index.php?showtopic=131&st=225&#


    What's New?

    I just wanted to make a topic for my pack here, where members of Wilders Security can comment/ask questions on my pack ^_^

    To use this pack, you must have Proxomitron installed ( http://www.proxomitron.info )

    I've tried to make the filters as generic as possible, meaning that I don't have to take the time to analyze a new exploit and write a Proxomitron filter to render it useless.

    Enjoy, and please report any bugs/false matches. (With the full URL and name of filter) :D
     
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  2. meneer

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    Perhaps the mods can promote you to mega senior member :D
     
  3. Blackspear

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    Thanks Kye-U, your work does not go un-noticed, it is greatly appreciated.

    Cheers :D
     
  4. dog

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    I'll second that. ;)

    Thanks much for your continuing efforts and outstanding work. :)

    Steve
     
  5. Infinity

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    yes me too, you are the man Kye-u. good job and keep it up!!

    Inf.
     
  6. Kye-U

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    I wouldn't mind... ^_^

    Thanks guys! I appreciate your kind words :D
     
  7. Kye-U

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    Updated to v4.29 ^_^
     
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    Thanks for keeping us up to date here at Wilders, Kye-U, Its greatly appreciated :)
     
  9. iceni60

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    hi :) i just tried to merge your filters (Kye-U's Browser Security Pack) with JD's extra filters. i thought new filters should be in red. does the screenshot look like i did it correctly? i think so, but i wanted to make sure i got the right sets. the not turning red makes me abit unsure. thanks :)
     

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  11. Kye-U

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    It merges in both the Web and Header filter sections :D

    Looks like you merged it correctly.

    (I can see: "URL-Killer: Disable Script URL Exploits [Kye-U & Scott L.] (Out)")

    I hope you enjoy it! :)

    BTW, I do not recommend installing both JD5000's and Sidki's configuration packs at once, as they will most likely conflict with each other.
     
  12. dog

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    LOL ... really? ... I've had them merged for a couple of days ... no issues so far. (fingers crossed :D) ... I know it's a ~little~ overboard ... but it seems to functioning well. :doubt:
     
  13. Kye-U

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    That's good news! I wouldn't have expected them to work well together!

    There may be duplication filters though, (if you didn't already fix that) :D
     
  14. dog

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    He he ... I got a couple of dupes ... but I haven't looked that closely. :D

    Seeing as your the 'expert' & I'm a novice ... would you consider merging them ... testing it out ... and maybe post it on your forum ... as a tweaked config file for all?

    Ps. Thanks so much for Your Filters ... truly Great Stuff. ;)
     
  15. iceni60

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    thanks for the help Dog and Kye-U :)
    thank you, Kye. ive just been doing more reading up on Proxo. i think i'll join your forum and make Proxo the next thing i'll learn about. :) thanks :cool:
     
  16. Kye-U

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    I'm not really an expert on Proxomitron :'(

    I'll try to find the time to do that, but I still think it would be safer and easier (and faster) to use the two config packs separately, in different ".cfg" files :D

    Thank you for the compliment! I spent lots of time on this just to receive comments like that ;)

    EDIT: iceni60, I'd be glad to see you on the UOP Forums! ;) It's been rather quiet the last few weeks, and we need some activity going on :D
     
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