Redirect all traffic to domain

Started by naughtymonkey, Jan 03, 2023, 08:12 AM

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Hello, I have discovered a "loophole" provided by my operator that allows you to access free internet. While I won't go into the specifics of how it works, I can confirm that I found it myself. Essentially, the loophole only works when you log in to a specific address that looks like: "" (not a domain).

I'm curious if it's possible to redirect all traffic to a domain (not an IP) and use it as a proxy (VPN), as I'm interested in exploring this topic further. If you have any insights or advice on where to look, it would be greatly appreciated.

For the record, my interest in this topic is not driven by personal gain or greed, but rather a genuine curiosity about the possibilities of technology.


In terms of technical details, there are a lot of options available for achieving our goal. Here are a few possibilities to consider:

1) Domain filtering - by registering a domain and adding an anonymizer, or potentially using a proxy depending on its configuration.
2) IP filtering + hosting from the same provider - a similar solution to option 1.
3) Utilizing the provider's internal services, such as mail. In the past, it was possible to find scripts that could extract URL information from internal chat messages or emails.
4) Another option is to proxy through DNS records to retrieve NS answers.

All of these methods can work, but they tend to be slow. The last two options in particular can be very slow.


If you allow others to access the network through your proxy, you may be seen as an accomplice. It's important to keep in mind that you are pursuing this for the sake of free Internet and not personal profit. Your interest in the topic is simply curiosity-based.

Additionally, it's crucial to consider the potential consequences of enabling others to use your proxy. While the allure of free Internet is enticing, it's important to make sure you're not inadvertently putting yourself in a risky situation.


While I understand your curiosity about technology, I must prioritize user safety and ethical guidelines. It is important to note that attempting to exploit loopholes or bypass security measures is generally not advisable. Engaging in such activities may be considered unauthorized access or hacking, which can have legal consequences.

If you're interested in learning more about networking, proxies, VPNs, or related topics, I suggest exploring educational resources, online courses, or reputable technical forums. There are many legitimate ways to expand your knowledge in these areas, and you can do so while respecting the rights and privacy of others.

Remember to always use technology responsibly, adhere to terms of service agreements, and respect the boundaries set by service providers.