In either case, you can create a SSH tunnel using Putty between your PC and external server outside the network you are currently on. Then you can point your Firefox SOCKS Proxy to direct all traffic using the SSH Tunnel. Pre-Requisite Lab. BackTrack: Lesson 1: Installing BackTrack 5 R1; BackTrack: Lesson 8: Configuring the SSH Server

How to Use SSH Tunneling to Access Restricted Servers and Jul 12, 2017 Tunnel HTTP Traffic Using Putty: Putty, SSH, Firefox SOCKS In either case, you can create a SSH tunnel using Putty between your PC and external server outside the network you are currently on. Then you can point your Firefox SOCKS Proxy to direct all traffic using the SSH Tunnel. Pre-Requisite Lab. BackTrack: Lesson 1: Installing BackTrack 5 R1; BackTrack: Lesson 8: Configuring the SSH Server Using Firefox with a Putty SSH tunnel as a SOCKS proxy Jan 05, 2013

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I am trying to use my server as a "proxy" with ssh. However, setting up tunneling with ssh -D localhost:8000 user@myserver does not work. I tested this on various machines with ssh and putty - It

I am trying to use my server as a "proxy" with ssh. However, setting up tunneling with ssh -D localhost:8000 user@myserver does not work. I tested this on various machines with ssh and putty - It

Browsing the Internet through an SSH Tunnel (Windows In order to set up an SSH tunnel between a Windows machine and a remote server, you need a few things: A Windows machine with at least one open port (the ability to connect to your remote server via SSH). An installed copy of a tool capable of creating an SSH tunnel (like Bitvise SSH Client or PuTTY). A browser that can use a proxy connection.