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Secure SSH tunneling across the Internet...
The idea here is that you establish a secure, encrypted SSH tunnel from your laptop to a remote box you own or at least have an account on. By doing this you essentially bypass the local router and surf through the remote machine. So, not only do you avoid attacks such as packet sniffing or SSL stripping, but you also go around any technical barriers (e.g. URL blacklisting) the admin of the local network you’re getting online from has in place.
 read more | mail this link | score:7841 | -Ray, April 5, 2011
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