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Types of Reverse Proxy Servers
There are many types of reverse proxy servers available, each with its own set of features and capabilities. Some popular open source options include Nginx, Apache, and HAProxy.To get more news about IP residencial , you can visit official website.

Nginx is a lightweight and high-performance reverse proxy server that is particularly well-suited for serving static content. Apache, on the other hand, is a more full-featured web server that can be used as a reverse proxy as well as a traditional web server. HAProxy is a high-performance TCP/HTTP load balancer that is often used in conjunction with other reverse proxy servers to provide additional scalability and redundancy.
What are Reverse Proxy Attacks?
A reverse proxy server can act as a web application firewall (WAF) by inspecting incoming client requests and filtering out malicious traffic, helping to protect web servers and applications from cyberattacks. When attackers target the reverse proxy server to gain control over it and intercept traffic, it can result in cache poisoning or HTTP header injection, which could then allow them to perform cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.

The latest evolution of phishing kits is the Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) toolkit which acts as a malicious reverse proxy server of online services, mirroring target website content to users while extracting credentials like MFA tokens and session cookies in transit. The MITM phishing kits also automate the harvesting of multi-factor authentication (MFA) sessions.
Some of the most widely used MITM phishing toolkits are Evilginx and Modlishka. EvilProxy is the most recent and uses the same reverse proxy approach to lure victims to phishing sites and then sniff out the traffic to extract credentials and MFA tokens.

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