Monday, August 31, 2009

Free Shell list
Server: Linux Slackware
Services: Spam-filtered email,, web email, simple web hosting, full usenet access (read and post), console-based web browsing (lynx,links), IRC access to all networks, 2bg procesess, IRC - psybnc, eggdrop, full access to wide range of compilers
Server: CentOS release 5.3
Services: Irssi, screen, psybnc, figlet, local IRC, Mordor MUD, cc/g++ version 4.1.2, gdb 6.8-27, Python 2.4.3, Perl 5.8.8, Shells: sh, bash, zsh, tcsh, csh
Server: Debian linux
Services: crontab and atd, nvi, Vim, Emacs, joe, nano, pico, ed , mutt, alpine, mailx, fetchmail, lynx, links, elinks, irssi, epic, an email account ( with advanced spam filtering features, web access to your HTML documents (, 256MiB of disk quota ...
Server: Debian GNU/Linux Lenny, Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X3350 @ 2.66GHz, 400MB RAM
Services: Irssi, gcc, g++, gdb, php, perl, python, screen, nano, make, bzip2, mutt, wget, bash, lynx, subversion, FTP, SSH, HTTP e.g., 250MB space for each user, however exceptions can be made.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Cgi Proxies

Friday, August 28, 2009

Proxies Site

Friday, August 21, 2009

elite proxy list - 21 August [ Checked ] - elite - China - elite - United States - elite - France - elite - Ecuador - elite - United States - elite - India - elite - Thailand - elite - Indonesia - elite - Italy

Wednesday, August 19, 2009


High anonymous (elite) HTTP proxies : 19 August [ Checked ]

Monday, August 17, 2009

Huge List of Anonymous Proxies

SSH Tunnel SOCKS Proxy Forwarding = Secure Browsing

When you are at the coffee shop, or at a conference, and you are not sure that you want to send all your data over the wi-fi network in plaintext, you want a secure tunnel to browse. This happened to me recently and I stumbled across a neat feature of openssh (the ssh client on everyone’s computer). The wonders of ssh never cease to amaze me!

You can use the “-D” flag of openssh to create a SOCKS proxy.

The command first:
$ssh -D 9999 username@ip-address-of-ssh-server

This of course connects you to the server specified by “ip-address-of-ssh-server”. Needless to say, you (username) must have an ssh account on the server. In addition, this will create a SOCKS proxy on port “9999″ of your computer. This is a tunnel to the server. Now all you have to do is set the preference in Firefox to use a SOCKS proxy. The proxy is, of course, “localhost”, with the port 9999.

Now when you browse, all the connections you make to websites will seem to originate from the server to which you SSH-ed. In addition, all outgoing and incoming data for the browsing session will be encrypted since it passes through the SSH connection.

Other applications (like email clients) may also support SOCKS proxies. If any of them, you can look into using proxychains(there’s an Ubuntu package).

You can misuse this technology to circumvent paranoid browsing firewalls, even to pretend you are wherever your ssh server is located - so you can work around country-based blocks etc. I use it for the very unromantic reason that I don’t want some aspiring cracker to sneak up on me when I am in public.



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