Forerunner

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  1. Oh sweet. Thanks, I think this is going to work. I'll just run this on my home server, and then open an ssh connection from my home server to the web server through this.
  2. I'm trying to get an SSH/SFTP connection going out of my school. Unfortunately, all web traffic goes through a filtering proxy. (twotrees.com) I run a website for one of my classes and I would really like to have shell access to the server(and my home server too). As far as I've seen, nothing except ports 80 and 443 go through. So, the first thing I tried was to move my SSH server to port 443, and tell PUTTY to use the filtering proxy. However, they also filter the protocol I guess, since that didn't work either. I've Googled a bit, but I couldn't find anything that doesn't involve installing something - which I can't do since it's a school computer. So I'm at a loss. How could I make SSH look like HTTP(s) on port 80/443?
  3. Great
  4. Just came across this, and didn't know if any of you have seen it. http://www.meetrovio.com/ $300
  5. Alright, it looks like a driver problem, so your next step would be to uninstall and reinstall the drivers. http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
  6. What is your graphics card?
  7. Um, this looks legit enough. http://scan.driverguide.com/scan.php edit: If they are out of date, you obviously don't have to give them money to download their drivers... What is your graphics card?
  8. Are the graphics card drivers up to date?
  9. It could really just become more of an annoyance than a security issue. If a lot of sites are implementing this, you could have a new link in your clipboard every 10 seconds
  10. If the business has insecure wifi, all you need to do is gain access to the wireless network (which if its open, is as easy as connecting to it ) and just look around the network for something
  11. Yeah, The iPhone isn't the only 3G capable phone. It's just what most people think about when they hear 3G edit: Hah, You posted right as I did. Yes, you can still do the same thing without a 3G network, but it's ungodly slow.
  12. The expensive laptop connect card data plans are probably a little bit faster...I guess you just pay for what you get
  13. You can also do the same basic thing using a bluetooth connection to your phone.
  14. Not to my knowledge...but people do a lot of things that I don't think are possible Some modern day pay phones (I've only seen these in airports) do have support for internet access.
  15. I don't think I understand the question. Are you wanting to use the house phone as a modem? Or are you just wanting free dial up internet?