[buug] VPN hosting and access?
jb at caustic.org
Fri Aug 29 07:26:26 PDT 2008
Tor may work, but presume your exit node is hostile. Google did, for a
while, offer a proxy/VPN service.
Me? I'd consider making a custom EC2 image, and writing a
startup/shutdown script that'll also open the inbound ports for ssh,
AWS is cheap, if used sparingly.
On 8/29/08, Joseph Zitt <jzitt at josephzitt.com> wrote:
> Both recommendations seem quite good in theory, but they seem to need a
> server that I control. While I have some hosted sites at 1and1, I'm limited
> in the amount of administration that's allowed. I also don't currently have
> a system at home or work that I can use as a server.
> Are there ways around this, or hosts that would support this for free or
> On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 11:51 PM, D. Adam Karim <adam at akarsoft.com> wrote:
>> I use something like this connecting to my OpenBSD server from my MackBook
>> Pro when I'm on the road.
>> D. Adam Karim
>> adam at akarsoft.com
>> On Aug 28, 2008, at 11:09 PM, Joseph Zitt wrote:
>> Does anyone have any recommendations for VPN tunneling or hosting? I'll
>>> on the road for a bit, getting online with my Asus Eee 710 running Ubuntu
>>> 8.04, and would like more secure access from cafes, etc. Most of the
>>> solutions that I've seen require either Windows (such as HotSpot) or a
>>> system to use as a host, neither of which will be available to me.
>>> Are there good (preferably libre and gratis) solutions for a Linux user?
>>> Thanks for any enlightenment.
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