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Hosts that Support SSH over 443 or 8080

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mdd345, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. mdd345

    mdd345 Regular Member

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    Not sure which forum would be best, but I would like to use my web host as a proxy, the only problem is that my network admins block port 22 and 23, and pretty much any non-standard port. Any suggestions? The goal is to SSH to a server and proxy all my web activities through it. I want it to be MINE so I don't have to worry about someone stealing my login info to wherever I go...
     
  2. omfg

    omfg Newbie

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    Can you give some more details? For example:

    - Do you have root access on the server?
    - If no, can you compile and install stuff in your home directory there?
    - Is there a proxy between where you work/go to school/whatever and the server?
    - Can you install stuff on the box you're going to use to connect to the server?
    - What OS on both sides?
     
  3. spoon

    spoon Newbie

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    You need to look into ssh tunneling. Just google it, there are numerous sites explaining this. You can do it with any port providing you have ssh set up to listen on said port. With ssh tunneling you are basicaly getting a VPN with out all the hastle.
     
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  4. donman

    donman BANNED BANNED

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    I am not clear on what you want but assume you have control on A and does limited control on B. You don't have control on the firewall in and out of B. Your best bet as spoon said is via tunneling. What you do is on B punch through the firewall though tunnel to C externally. Then from A connect to C which then tunnels to B. I hope this what you want.
     
  5. mdd345

    mdd345 Regular Member

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    Sweet! I knew google would have the answer, just didnt know what to search for. Thanks alot! ( To clarify what my problem was, I wanted to ssh into my webserver to do SEO work while at the "day job". Dreamhost is port 22, and the firewall here won't let me out on it. Regoogled, found rootshell.be, and now I"m good. Thanks guys.