Re: Intrusion login at netaddress ( with proxy

From: Tom Minchin <>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 20:28:19 +1000 (EST)

It's the same problem which used to plague Hot Mail. About the only good
thing since the purchase of HM by Microsoft was the introduction of
cookies which means "proxies with floating IP addresses" (as HM like
to call them) can use the web interface using multiple proxy servers.

Look at the Squid FAQ for Hot Mail and substitute

Sherif Diaa El-Din - Email said:
> have anyone encounterd this error :
> while trying to login to any email box at using proxy this message
> appear :
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Thank You for Using NET@DDRESS!
> Intrusion detected.
> Intrusion detected.
> In order to protect the privacy of our users, we allow access to
> user sessions only from the browser address authenticated
> upon login. You have attempted to access this session from a
> different browser address than the one used at the session
> login. This may have happened in one of the following ways:
> You have logged in from more than one machine. You cannot
> return to an earlier session if you have subsequently
> logged in from a different IP address.
> Your connection might be from a proxy server which changes your
> IP (Internet Protocol) address within a single
> session. If this is the case, you will need to contact your
> system administrator.
> Your connection to the Internet (your modem line, for example)
> may have been dropped. Once your connection is
> re-established, you need to log back into NET@DDRESS even
> though your browser window appears to still look
> connected.
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> this refuse connections from proxy, works when i try direct connection to
> the internet,
> this will not work at all using transparent proxies !!
> anyone have an advise or solution to the problem ?
> I emailed yesterday night and no reply yet
> best regards
> sherif
Received on Mon Apr 13 1998 - 03:36:40 MDT

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