Security   Security – View HTTP headers using tcpdump

If you need to trace the HTTP request and response headers by capturing the related packets, you can use tcpdump in this way:

 tcpdump -i ens192 -A -s 10240 'tcp port 80' | grep -v IP | egrep --line-buffered "..(GET |\.HTTP\/|POST |HEAD )|^[A-Za-z0-9-]+: " |sed -r 's/..(GET |HTTP\/|POST |HEAD )/\n\n\1/g'

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Checkpoint   Checkpoint – Hide NAT vs Static NAT

This post tries to be a simple explanation of the Hide NAT and Static NAT concepts.
Given the following simple company network let’s see how this NAT types could fit in this scenario:

Hide Static NAT example scenario

  • We need the web server to be published, so it needs to be accesible from the Internet
  • We need all the workstations to be able to browse
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