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  • remove the IP from proxy reverse server and parentesis from real IP obtained from X-forwarder_IP Show Sample Output


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    tr -s ' ' | cut -d' ' -f2- |cut -c2- |sed 's/)//1'
    horaciod · 2016-09-12 19:25:23 0

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