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Quick and Dirty VPN With sshuttle

May 04, 2011, 10:05 (0 Talkback[s])
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"In the age of Firesheep and other network nastiness, you must be careful how you connect to remote networks. Setting up or connecting to VPNs can be a major hassle -- but with sshuttle, you can set up a quick and dirty VPN on any network to which you have SSH access.

"What's sshuttle? It's a Python app that makes use of SSH to create a on-the-fly VPN between your Linux, BSD, or Mac OS X machine and a remote system that has SSH access and Python."

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