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Hiding Web Traffic with SSH: How to Protect Your Internet Privacy against Corporate Firewall or Insecure Wireless
     

Hiding Web Traffic with SSH: How to Protect Your Internet Privacy against Corporate Firewall or Insecure Wireless

by Slava Gomzin
 
Booklet for anyone who wants to keep private and free of censorship Internet access. Step-by-step guide explains how to ensure security on public wireless network, escape the corporate firewall loggers, and avoid Internet proxy filters.

Topics include: using SSH for implementing encrypted tunnel, how to install OpenSSH server and client on different

Overview

Booklet for anyone who wants to keep private and free of censorship Internet access. Step-by-step guide explains how to ensure security on public wireless network, escape the corporate firewall loggers, and avoid Internet proxy filters.

Topics include: using SSH for implementing encrypted tunnel, how to install OpenSSH server and client on different versions of Windows, establishing connectivity through Microsoft proxy using PuTTY and cntlm utilities, configuring Firefox to work through secure SSH tunnel, and more (Article: ~2,900 words).

Table of Contents includes:
1. Introduction
2. Solution
3. Home Computer as a Server
OpenSSH Server Installation
OpenSSH Server Configuration
Windows Firewall
Internet Router Firewall
4. Work Computer as a Client
Installing and Configuring cntlm
Installing and Configuring PuTTY
Installing and Configuring Mozilla Firefox
Securing Wireless Connection
5. Testing Secure Connection
6. What�s Next?
Batch File
Certificate Authentication
7. Resources
Tools
Articles
Books
About the Author

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014568210
Publisher:
Book'n'share Media
Publication date:
04/25/2012
Series:
Cyber Privacy , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
715 KB

Meet the Author

Slava Gomzin is a Security and Payments Technologist at Hewlett-Packard, where he helps create products that are integrated into modern payment processing ecosystems using the latest security and payments technologies. Prior to joining Hewlett-Packard, Slava was a security architect, corporate product security officer, R&D and application security manager, and development team leader at Retalix, a Division of NCR Retail. As PCI ISA, he focused on security and PA-DSS, PCI DSS, and PCI P2PE compliance of POS systems, payment applications, and gateways. Before moving into security, Slava worked in R&D on design and implementation of new products including next-generation POS systems and various interfaces to payment gateways and processors. Slava currently holds CISSP, PCIP, ECSP, and Security+ certifications. He blogs about payment security at www.gomzin.com.

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