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August 12, 2011, 19:10

Not sure why you would need to run any kind of tcp-proxy script or iptables to protect the connection....

have proxy ssh listen on localhost:1080 and use something like MyEnTunnel to create an ssh tunnel to the server.

once the tunnel is established, configure your software to your localhost / port you configured and done.

Not only does this provide direct credential protection and eliminates the need for fw but also encrypts the connection to the proxy server so your ISP doesn't know what you are doing....

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