H@L0_F00 Posted February 27, 2010 Share Posted February 27, 2010 I've talked to quite a few friends at school and I think I've got at least 6-7 people that would all be willing to pay for an SSH tunnel proxy. It's looking like I'll most likely go with GoDaddy's Unlimited Plan for a few months (until school is out, probably). I'm thinking about maybe using a local or browser exploit if elevated privileges are needed (cmd, batch scripts, etc.), instead of giving out the Admin passwords. This will be rather effective because the computers are *never* updated. We're actually running IE 6 and Firefox 2.0 with Deep Freeze. I need to find out how to restrict users to a single active login at a time to prevent them from just sharing the same user/pass... I will give them /bin/false as their shell, just in case somebody thinks they'll try to be funny with the server. What do you all think of the idea? What else could/should I do? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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