poor man's vpn

sshuttle --dns -vvr user@server 0/0
this easy to install tool redirects all traffic to internet through ssh. it's very usefull when connecting to free wifi. you need to start it as root because it needs permissions to change iptables settings. ofcourse you also need a shell account

By: andreisid
2013-10-17 21:46:12

What Others Think

why not just ssh -D ?
hadifarnoud · 394 weeks and 3 days ago
@unixmonkey45614 UDP (DNS) leakage
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