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Have you heard of SSLH? Not something your friend could have done at the airport, but it's a great way to get access.
What's even more fun is tossing OpenVPN into the mix. Since OpenVPN is smart enough to proxy port 443 already, you can combo SSLH & OpenVPN. Have sslh sitting on 0.0.0.0:443, and let it redirect to ssh & openvpn. Then OpenVPN will sniff the traffic, and if it's really HTTPS traffic, send it along to the web server. Bit more complex, and does add some latency, but really really fun & silly to do. :-)
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