I've been keeping busy with my project over the last month so not too much tickin' over here per se. The trick of the day is to use SSH for a SOCKS(5) proxy as per the comments here. The article is about using PuTTY to SSH to a server and open an encrypted proxy connection. As the peanut gallery says, this is even easier with ssh:
ssh -D1080 host.example.com
There, done. Tell your browser you have a SOCKS proxy at localhost:1080 and there you go! Right?
Well apparently I'm missing something cause it ain't working yet. I'll get there though, that's my goal. I'll get there...
/me mutters something about browsers
Thursday, 25 May 2006
How time flies...
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