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Hiding Web Traffic with SSH: How to Protect Your Internet Privacy against Corporate Firewall or Insecure Wireless (Cyber Privacy Series) Slava Gomzin

Hiding Web Traffic with SSH: How to Protect Your Internet Privacy against Corporate Firewall or Insecure Wireless (Cyber Privacy Series)

Slava Gomzin

Published April 24th 2012
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Kindle Edition
27 pages
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Booklet for anyone who wants to keep private and free of censorship Internet access. Step-by-step guide explains how to ensure security on public wireless network, escape the corporate firewall loggers, and avoid Internet proxy filters.TopicsMoreBooklet for anyone who wants to keep private and free of censorship Internet access. Step-by-step guide explains how to ensure security on public wireless network, escape the corporate firewall loggers, and avoid Internet proxy filters.Topics include: using SSH for implementing encrypted tunnel, how to install OpenSSH server and client on different versions of Windows, establishing connectivity through Microsoft proxy using PuTTY and cntlm utilities, configuring Firefox to work through secure SSH tunnel, and more (Article: ~2,900 words).Table of Contents includes:1. Introduction2. Solution3. Home Computer as a ServerOpenSSH Server InstallationOpenSSH Server ConfigurationWindows FirewallInternet Router Firewall4. Work Computer as a ClientInstalling and Configuring cntlmInstalling and Configuring PuTTYInstalling and Configuring Mozilla FirefoxSecuring Wireless Connection5. Testing Secure Connection6. What’s Next?Batch FileCertificate Authentication7. ResourcesToolsArticlesBooksAbout the AuthorSlava Gomzin, CISSP, ISA, PCIP, ECSP, Security+ has more than 15 years of professional experience in software development and application security. He is Security and Payments Technologist at Hewlett-Packard.Slava Gomzin blogs about payment application security at http://www.gomzin.com.