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PhakFuhZai
post May 2 2013, 09:08 PM

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QUOTE(IwanAGP @ May 2 2013, 09:06 PM)
laugh.gif Proxy ain't so safe right?

Don't really need a VPN. I can actually still access most of the media. No problem here.

Not a techie in this, lazy to do anything.
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it is very very safe and concealing if you know the way to do it brows.gif

even the proxy IP I can change it how many times I like, yet I still 100% own the proxy server

power of the cloud computing brows.gif
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post May 2 2013, 09:10 PM

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QUOTE(PhakFuhZai @ May 2 2013, 09:08 PM)
it is very very safe and concealing if you know the way to do it brows.gif

even the proxy IP I can change it how many times I like, yet I still 100% own the proxy server

power of the cloud computing brows.gif
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which server are u using...mind to share?
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post May 2 2013, 09:10 PM

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im using Time Fiber (astro iptv) and Google DNS

im still able to access those blocked site
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post May 2 2013, 09:12 PM

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QUOTE(MR_alien @ May 2 2013, 09:10 PM)
which server are u using...mind to share?
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sorry can't reveal the server IP, as I will have to bear the excess bandwidth cost and the server is paria specs can't take too many users sweat.gif

but you can own one for free, if you know basic server skills and AWS knowledge

http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/


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post May 2 2013, 09:16 PM

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not my account anyway
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post May 2 2013, 11:27 PM

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Pemantau's website pru13.info now also affected. It's accessible just fine from P1 and US via tunnel/VPN but not locally.
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post May 2 2013, 11:53 PM

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wtf la now they want to put kroni into VPN business also is it...
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post May 2 2013, 11:57 PM

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QUOTE(kaeru @ May 2 2013, 11:27 PM)
Pemantau's website pru13.info now also affected. It's accessible just fine from P1 and US via tunnel/VPN but not locally.
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try this
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post May 3 2013, 12:46 AM

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Sarawak here

4Mbps Streamyx

the sample videos blocked gao gao

really just like what TS said, cant load at all while other videos just fine

keep refresh wont work at all
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post May 3 2013, 12:50 AM

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No access restriction, high GE13 traffic could slow access, says MCMC

May 02, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR, May 2 – An initial probe has shown no access restrictions by internet providers but high visitor traffic could be causing congestion to certain sites, Malaysia’s internet regulator said tonight.

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) said it had begun investigating several complaints on access restriction “purportedly carried out by Internet Service Providers (ISPs).”

Early investigations indicate no such restrictions by ISPs but the congestion in affected sites could be due to a spike in visitors that is “related to GE13” in the past few days, the MCMC said in a statement.

“So far we have only received one official complaint on Monday, April 29 2013, from UMNO Online claiming that its readers faced difficulty in accessing the portal. However, we are still waiting for an official complaint from Malaysiakini on the same matter,” said Sheikh Raffie Abd Rahman, who is the commission’s strategic communications chief.

He said MCMC viewed the allegations of access restriction by ISPs seriously as those found to so would face action under the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 for breaching their licence conditions.

In the statement, MCMC advised the public to not jump to conclusions before a thorough investigation has been completed.

“There are several possibilities that could affect quality of service, such as issues relating to network routing and capacity constraints due to an increase in the number of people accessing those particular websites.

“It is also possible that some of these websites experienced DDOS attacks. The root of the problem is difficult to ascertain without conducting a comprehensive network audit.,” MCMC said in the statement, referring to distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks experienced by several websites including The Malaysian Insider.

The commission said local ISPs have been advised to step up their respective network security levels two weeks ago in order to avoid any service disruption.


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QUOTE(mingxhin @ May 3 2013, 12:50 AM)
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bull sheet, just bull sheet

high traffic congestion during this time?

why only Malaysia insider? why only Malaysiakini? while other news web like the star can surf just dam fine?


they are insulting our intelligence is it?

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QUOTE(mingxhin @ May 3 2013, 12:50 AM)
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If traffic jam why ppl from overseas can see we cannot???

because we need to go through polis block overseas car can go through

dunno when this thing will end.......
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post May 3 2013, 01:23 AM

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QUOTE(mingxhin @ May 3 2013, 12:50 AM)
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heh. already predicted this long time ago. spin sampai headache for years until numb edi
are they saying that our TS Riz, whom uncovered a huge security loophole in UniFi's router n infra years ago, does not know what he is talking about?

Altho it is uncivilized sometimes i hope this BN would just leave us forever after going to bed tonight. faster mampus in hell la gosh.

so sked to lose everything cuz they unfairly posses everything

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Thx Riz for this shocking discovery shocking.gif , never know how dirty these ppl can do out there, at this very sensitive moment ...

Indeed it's blocking on some sensitive videos, I VPNed to SingTel immediately have no problem viewing it.
Regardless what transpired, I believe there should not any such blocking/filtering.

Confirm the following videos can view from SingTel but not in Malaysia, so I just "made" it viewable on my personal site:
http://klseet.com/index.php/news-must-read...the-may13-truth
http://klseet.com/index.php/news-must-read...th-malaysiakini

Hope my site won't be block or kenal tangkap ...




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post May 3 2013, 02:38 AM

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TS rizvanrp and anyone willing to list out which video being block congested and with alternative link ?
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post May 3 2013, 03:29 AM

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfA4U8h1_aw

《Go By Heart》- BM version



Mandarin version isn't blocked.

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post May 3 2013, 06:00 AM

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QUOTE(klseet @ May 3 2013, 02:35 AM)
Thx Riz for this shocking discovery shocking.gif , never know how dirty these ppl can do out there, at this very sensitive moment ...

Indeed it's blocking on some sensitive videos, I VPNed to SingTel immediately have no problem viewing it.
Regardless what transpired, I believe there should not any such blocking/filtering.

Confirm the following videos can view from SingTel but not in Malaysia, so I just "made" it viewable on my personal site:
http://klseet.com/index.php/news-must-read...the-may13-truth
http://klseet.com/index.php/news-must-read...th-malaysiakini

Hope my site won't be block or kenal tangkap ...
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Could it be just pure coincidence that TM's uplinks serving those particular 'hot' pages/videos are congested? There could be an inefective balancing/cache algorithm that groups highly sought after content together and is currently congested due to the high viewership demand? And why most local ISPs kena? Because all of them rely on TM's congested connection to get the content, whereas the ISPs that can fetch them are fetching them from Google's other mirrors (maybe HK, SG istead?). This would also explain why VPN-ing, TOR-ing, etc allows the pages to load - client IP changes, redirected to non-TM (and hence non-congested) hosted content. Just an alternate possibility to ISP inteference. It makes no sense to me Maxis, etc would kowtow and put up the blocking (dollars and sense must come first!)
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QUOTE(tadwinks @ May 3 2013, 06:00 AM)
Could it be just pure coincidence that TM's uplinks serving those particular 'hot' pages/videos are  congested?
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It is absolutely not a coincidence. The experiments that rizvanrp and I did approached it from two directions:

1) Route requests to the same originating servers, but circumvent packet inspection by splitting HTTP headers across two packets. Requests succeed.

2) Route requests via a intermediate server that has a known good connection with the originating servers. When a packet capture is performed at the intermediate server and at the end-user, we see that packets is sent but not received. Requests still fail.
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QUOTE(wKkaY @ May 3 2013, 06:20 AM)
It is absolutely not a coincidence. The experiments that rizvanrp and I did approached it from two directions:

1) Route requests to the same originating servers, but circumvent packet inspection by splitting HTTP headers across two packets. Requests succeed.

2) Route requests via a intermediate server that has a known good connection with the originating servers. When a packet capture is performed at the intermediate server and at the end-user, we see that packets is sent but not received. Requests still fail.
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Would splitting requests = smaller request packets? Now just for discussion sake, would a smaller packet somehow be able to 'squeeze' its way in easier? For the second test using a proxy, you saw the reply at the proxy/intermediate server, but its reply to the client was dropped? This is scary because it means that the ISP can filter requests anywhere, and not just at certain waypoints/gateways (and ISP = a majority of Malaysian providers, not just refering to our favourite one). Again, if this censoring is true, I'm sure Google would know about it, and would've surely voiced it out somewhere (unless that's been blocked out too!) Anybody with Google contacts? If this is true, we have to get Google to pull out of Malaysia!

p/s please don't get me wrong, I'm NOT trying to defend anything or anyone here, nor am I a technical expert. I just want the truth, like everybody else. Ubah!
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QUOTE(tadwinks @ May 3 2013, 06:53 AM)
Would splitting requests = smaller request packets? Now just for discussion sake, would a smaller packet somehow be able to 'squeeze' its way in easier?
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There's one more test that I didn't mention above which controlled for this.

If you change one letter in the URL from http://www.facebook.com/DAPMalaysia to http://www.facebook.com/XAPMalaysia , the request succeeds even without splitting. If you add letters to it, it also succeeds.

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