[CentOS] two questions about ssh tunneling
Joseph L. Casale
JCasale at activenetwerx.com
Fri Dec 4 23:14:01 UTC 2009
>ssh -fND localhost:6000 somebody at 192.168.56.5 -p PORTNUMBER
>from computer "A" to computer "B" [B = 192.168.56.5] then I can set the SOCKS proxy for e.g.: Firefox to use "localhost:6000" on computer "A". Ok. I can surf the web through "B".
>- Can anyone sniff the traffic of "A"? [e.g.: computers on same subnet as "A"] Like DNS requests? - I think no, but I'm not sure :O
Sure, that possible if your name resolution traverses a network path interceptable
by the guy sniffing.
>- Can anyone sniff the traffic of computer "B"? e.g.: B computer is at a server farm [others in the farm can see the traffic?] - I think yes, but I'm not sure :O
Same thing, if the outbound web traffic leaves that host via a route another op has
access to, like a switch with a mirror port, he can easily see what's moving back and
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