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Old 08-06-2007, 08:56 PM #22
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You run an SSH server on an old machine at home, provided that it is parked on a sufficiently fast connection. Then, on the machine that you want to browse the web with, you open a connection with that SSH server using the option for dynamic ports. You set a port that will be tunneled through, and you modify your browser settings to use that port as a SOCKS proxy. Because restrictive firewalls generally don't block port 22, and because all the traffic to and from your SSH server will be encrypted, you will have a good chance at not only dodging the restrictive web filters, but also browsing the web completely unsniffable due to the encryption in place.

Web traffic will be forwarded to your machine running the SSH server before it's bounced to its intended destination, so you'll get a little bit of a bandwidth hit depending on your upload/download.
Ill stick to using IPs. haha.
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Old 08-06-2007, 09:42 PM #23
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Old 08-06-2007, 11:08 PM #24
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You run an SSH server on an old machine at home, provided that it is parked on a sufficiently fast connection. Then, on the machine that you want to browse the web with, you open a connection with that SSH server using the option for dynamic ports. You set a port that will be tunneled through, and you modify your browser settings to use that port as a SOCKS proxy. Because restrictive firewalls generally don't block port 22, and because all the traffic to and from your SSH server will be encrypted, you will have a good chance at not only dodging the restrictive web filters, but also browsing the web completely unsniffable due to the encryption in place.

Web traffic will be forwarded to your machine running the SSH server before it's bounced to its intended destination, so you'll get a little bit of a bandwidth hit depending on your upload/download.
So you kinda connect to your PC then use your PC to view websites?

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Old 08-07-2007, 12:14 AM #25
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So you kinda connect to your PC then use your PC to view websites?

BTW Count me in for the ultimate sticky idea.
ok ima make a post in the suggestions thread on the front page of PbN.

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Old 08-07-2007, 07:00 AM #26
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I just used Remote Desktop in HS to bypass the filters.
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:26 PM #27
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dang all those proxies are blocked at my work
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:40 PM #28
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I just used Remote Desktop in HS to bypass the filters.
It's even untrackable, so they can't tell what you look at because your using YOUR internet at home.
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:44 PM #29
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:50 PM #30
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I just used Remote Desktop in HS to bypass the filters.
Isnt remote desktop via domain very unsecure?
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:51 PM #31
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Isnt remote desktop via domain very unsecure?
eh.....if someone finds your IP and can guesses your password, probably. At work we use it all the time for stuff, and we're a multi-national corperation. You wouldn't believe the simplicity of our administrator password.
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:02 PM #32
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eh.....if someone finds your IP and can guesses your password, probably. At work we use it all the time for stuff, and we're a multi-national corperation. You wouldn't believe the simplicity of our administrator password.
How the **** did you come to be in possession of the administrative password, especially if you're a multi-national corporation? It doesn't seem to me that you would be that high up on the food chain if you guys are really big - or maybe your security precautions are limited to nothing more than hopes and dreams... Either way, something's gotta change. Unless you happen to be the head of your NOC or whatever dept handles the hard/software, you should not have an administrative password.

Or maybe that's a tribute to the ****tiness of the Windows security model.
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How the **** did you come to be in possession of the administrative password, especially if you're a multi-national corporation? It doesn't seem to me that you would be that high up on the food chain if you guys are really big - or maybe your security precautions are limited to nothing more than hopes and dreams... Either way, something's gotta change. Unless you happen to be the head of your NOC or whatever dept handles the hard/software, you should not have an administrative password.

Or maybe that's a tribute to the ****tiness of the Windows security model.
I install/diagnose/troubleshoot software for ever computer in the company. I need admin rights to be able to add/remove hardware/software, as well as configure shares and such. I don't have the domain admin password, but I have local admin rights to every pc on the domain, as well as workstation admin rights on the server, so I can do everything but indepth server things (add/delete users, set permissions for users, ect).
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:10 PM #34
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I install/diagnose/troubleshoot software for ever computer in the company. I need admin rights to be able to add/remove hardware/software, as well as configure shares and such. I don't have the domain admin password, but I have local admin rights to every pc on the domain, as well as workstation admin rights on the server, so I can do everything but indepth server things (add/delete users, set permissions for users, ect).
Ah, okay then. Carry on. Pardon my outburst
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:11 PM #35
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Lol.. NickServ got your panties up in a bunch Boomslang?
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:13 PM #36
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Lol.. NickServ got your panties up in a bunch Boomslang?
You might say that
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:19 PM #37
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Either way, something's gotta change. Unless you happen to be the head of your NOC or whatever dept handles the hard/software, you should not have an administrative password.

Or maybe that's a tribute to the ****tiness of the Windows security model.
What's NOC?

Our security is really good actually. I've not heard of anything ever getting hacked. I heard of a guy arrested for burning DVD's in the office, a guy who wore red high heels walked in the womens bathroom and would sit their all day trying to look though the cracks at the women and this Veitnemese guys who work their snapped in the bathroom one day and held a guy hostage. He though he was at some POW camp and started yelling at the guy and stuff, the police had to come talk him out of the bathroom and arrest him.


Oh, today i was listning to help desk and heard this "Ok sir, I need a time when you "something, I can't remember". "Ok, did you say "A" as in "Adam""? "Ok sir, that's not a time, I need to know a time". I busted out laughing in my cubical.
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You wouldn't believe the simplicity of our administrator password.
Actually, I could. If I knew a bunch of people who wanted to know my password, I would set it to something simple, and of course, they would think it would be a complicated thing.
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What's NOC?

Our security is really good actually. I've not heard of anything ever getting hacked. I heard of a guy arrested for burning DVD's in the office, a guy who wore red high heels walked in the womens bathroom and would sit their all day trying to look though the cracks at the women and this Veitnemese guys who work their snapped in the bathroom one day and held a guy hostage. He though he was at some POW camp and started yelling at the guy and stuff, the police had to come talk him out of the bathroom and arrest him.


Oh, today i was listning to help desk and heard this "Ok sir, I need a time when you "something, I can't remember". "Ok, did you say "A" as in "Adam""? "Ok sir, that's not a time, I need to know a time". I busted out laughing in my cubical.
Network Operations Center... And uhhh.. Where do you work again? That place sounds kind of funkeh.
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Old 08-10-2007, 02:16 PM #40
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Old 09-21-2007, 10:38 AM #42
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https://vtunnel.com is usually not blocked by most servers, they have to hit in a command to local deny it...


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go to google, search "web proxies", then u'll get sites with lists of web proxies. if they're blocked hit the "chached" version that google offers.

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