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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Ho John Lee tagged ssh

Some OpenSSH release just fix bugs or introduces light changes. But today, the release 5.4 comes with a new exciting feature looking very interesting to me: the “netcat mode”. Quoted from the release notes:

“Added a ‘netcat mode’ to ssh(1): “ssh -W host:port …” This connects stdio on the client to a single port forward on the server. This allows, for example, using ssh as a ProxyCommand to route connections via intermediate servers.”

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Step by step tutorial on using Putty and an EC2 instance to set up a private web proxy on demand.

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A collection of interesting command line utilities, some new ones to me.

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WebShell is a web-based ssh shell.

It runs on any browser capable of JavaScript and AJAX. You can use it from any computer or iPhone/smartphone.

The server is written in Python and is very easy to set up on Linux, Mac OS X, BSD, Solaris, and any Unix that runs python 2.3.

WebShell is based on Ajaxterm. s

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Useful tips for using SSH for remote access, tunneling, forwarding

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How to use TRAMP for remote access to files and shell command line via ssh from inside emacs. Also, how to use emacs as a mysql client.

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Bunch of comments on using Screen, including discussion of how and what to rebind the default Ctrl-A escape to something more emacs-friendly.

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Screen creates and manages multiple shell windows within a console (say, a dumb terminal physically connected to the host), an xterm window, or a Secure Shell (SSH) login. You can switch from one shell window to another in a flash, and you can leave shells running perpetually and reconnect at any time. Effectively, Screen provides many virtualized consoles.

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Notes on using MidpSSH on Blackberry for remote access to servers. Seems to work, although big network lag on my BlackBerry Bold / AT&T.

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Step by step writeup on using SSH to secure typical mobile / wireless traffic via trusted server elsewhere.

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