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What I do:

I have a reachable personnal computer with an ssh server. Then on my local machine I do:

    ssh -D 9050 username@host
Then in your web browser you should simply use localhost:9050 as SOCKS proxy. Now you're safe about the WiFi sniffers.

I made a short post about this:

http://goo.gl/zTQM




Great - Just tested, and it seems to work well (fooling FireSheep).

I downloaded "ProxySwitcher" for Chrome for easy switching between the proxy and direct connection:

https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/caehdcpeofiiigpd...


Also, if you use firefox, there is a handy addon called "multiproxy switch" which makes handling lots of different proxies much easier.


Thank you. I didn't knew this one. It will be very useful.




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