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Old 19th January 2007, 02:50 PM
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Question Packet spoofing with squid

Hi guys, i'm having just this little idea because i connect to gprs on my phone very often and very lucky to see that port 3128 is opened on squid (Meaning i browse for free). But i wanted to know is there any way to spoof or anytihng like that since the bandwith is controlled and only limited to 4 Kb.
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