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Java applet stream

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  1. abeltyukov

    abeltyukov New Member

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    Hi,

    I was wondering if it was possible to determine the website from where an online java applet receives its data from. For example, if I have a weather java applet, is it possible to determine where that weather data comes from?

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    You can install a proxy server, and view those logs and try to figure out which sites are contacted after the applet was launched!
     
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    Sounds like a promising idea. Do you have any websites that would help me set up a proxy server? I also installed a program that would monitor the ports and record what IP address tried to access them. I got the IP of the server that the program connects to to update the information but how would I go about figuring out from where exactly it retrieves the data?

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