[SATLUG] Java SSH Web Applet
satlug at net153.net
Thu Mar 20 14:02:21 CDT 2008
Ed Coates wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 2:27 AM, Samuel Leon <satlug at net153.net> wrote:
>> Anyone know of a good free java ssh applet like this one:
>> I am getting bored at work and I think all outgoing ports except port 80
>> is blocked and to get port 80 access you have to go through an internal
>> proxy. I am thinking that if I bury one of these java ssh applets in a
>> password protected section of my home website I will be able to get
>> shell access and be able to hack stuff at home while I am at work.
> If you have a login to the proxy (I'm assuming that you do to be able
> to surf) you can setup putty to use the proxy, or another solution is
> to use this site, get the connect.c program, and configure your
> ssh_config to use the binary to go through the proxy.
> Both options have worked from me where I found myself in the same situations.
I am not sure how the proxy works. IE is just set to auto download the
proxy conf script. I have looked the proxy script over and couldn't
make too much sense of it. So I am not sure if it only allows port 80
connections or what. I do know that I can connect and log into the
password protected https section of my webserver though.
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