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Re: Secure Surfing
From: AgentSmith15 <agentsmith15 () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 8 May 2006 19:16:58 -0500

I hope the links below will help you.

Are you trying to secure your LAN, or does your client want to
securely connect to his network?
If your client was to run a SSH server at his workplace and setup his
SSH client to start a Socks proxy on his local machine that forwards
or tunnels the *secure* communications to the workplace. Just make
sure it doesn't forward traffic from the Internet. Also some SSH
servers can do compression on the fly to make browsing and other stuff
a lot quicker. This way he could route all the TCP traffic directly
and securely to his office or network.

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