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- tsocks (deb pkg)
- A working SOCKS proxy. It's easy with ssh:
$ ssh -N -D localhost:1080 your.home.pc -p 443
- tsocks configuration in your /etc/tsocks.conf (for the previous):
server = 127.0.0.1
server_port = 1080
Change HH:MM with your target time.
This is for a Debian/Ubuntu GNU system. You need bash (package bash), date (package coreutils) and toilet (package toilet). Install with:
# apt-get install bash coreutils toilet toilet-fonts
You may go to Internet by means of your home ssh server. You must configure your local proxy to send traffic through the proxy. Many programs allows that: firefox, pidgin, skype, gnome, etc.
Your home ssh server must listen in any of the ports permitted by your enterprise firewall. That usually includes 80 and 443.
You need python-scapy package
It requires inkscape 0.46 and lxml packages
Requieres unoconv (debian package)
ssh -X example.org xeyes
The SSH server configuration requires:
X11Forwarding yes # this is default in Debian
And it's convenient too:
Then, you can assign new accels to GTK menu actions pressing the keys while the option is active.
You need jhead package.
You may also use +line:column syntax.
To connect to the shell run:
nc server.example.org 2000
Redirect the local port 2000 to the remote port 3000. The same but UDP:
nc -u -l -p 2000 -c "nc -u example.org 3000"
It may be used to "convert" TCP client to UDP server (or viceversa):
nc -l -p 2000 -c "nc -u example.org 3000"