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- eddy teach
June 21, 2004, 1:46 pm
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host it will display the proxy ip as the last connection and not my real
one. the question is will everything from my computer to the host computer
still be encrypted or will it be plain text from my computer to the proxy
and encrypted from there to the host?
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Re: putty & proxy settings
All of the SSH traffic is encrypted between your client and SSH server,
The proxy connect command and the *start* of the SSH protocol are always
plain text, so an observer can determine that you're using SSH and what
you're connecting to, but not much other than that.
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