JAP and F-Secure SSH Client

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by bbi2004_2005, Aug 21, 2004.

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  1. bbi2004_2005

    bbi2004_2005 Registered Member

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    Is it possible to configure both JAP and F-secure SSH Client to work together for giving more tunnelling facility.

    If, so ,HOW?

    Anybody help!
     
  2. GlobalForce

    GlobalForce Regular Poster

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    Hi bbi, and Welcome To The Forums!

    Until someone comes to your aid, check out some comments by the informative Mr. Paranoid2000 in this excellent thread.

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  3. Paranoid2000

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    Bbi2004_2005,

    Unless you can tunnel SSH over HTTP or HTTPS you will not be able to use SSH and JAP together. Most tunneling products do things the other way round (HTTP over SSH) but HTTPTunnel could work (however this looks to be Linux only). HTTP-Tunnel is another possibility but involves using a third party server so is more likely to reduce overall security - a similar thing applies with AntiFirewall.

    The best option for chaining another anonymizer with JAP would be to use one that operates via a web page like Anonymizer or COTSE.net (using their web interface only). However since these require an account to operate fully, using JAP to access them would seem rather pointless (Anonymizer's free PrivateSurfing page requires no account but is restricted with some popular sites like Slashdot being blocked).
     
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