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if you know Yourfreedom than you know how wander full it is

if you be hind a firewall and can't connect to site you want to go to or you want to play some css

then yourfreedom is the best solution

i use yourfreedom with openvpn and i can use the connection(64 Kb) for 1 hour

everything works just fine but i was wandering can i make my own :D

so has somewan an idea how to make it?

ty anyway

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Hi

if you know Yourfreedom than you know how wander full it is

if you be hind a firewall and can't connect to site you want to go to or you want to play some css

then yourfreedom is the best solution

i use yourfreedom with openvpn and i can use the connection(64 Kb) for 1 hour

everything works just fine but i was wandering can i make my own :D

so has somewan an idea how to make it?

ty anyway

You could set up a web server using Apache and implement GlypeProxy http://www.glype.com/ and then you could use the built in SSL_Module in Apache to encrypt the connection.

You could also set up a dynamic dns using dyndns.com, so you don't have to remember your ADSL ip address and there you go, you will have your own proxy server.

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Hello, I'm just reading through this forum here looking for answers before I go ahead and post my question. Here's my situation. I am connecting to an internet service that I suspect is monitoring my usage. If I understand everything correct, I suspect them of doing man-in-the-middle attacks. Since it's the only internet that I can get, I was looking for a way to get around them looking at my traffic. The only thing I could come up with is securely tunneling into a web server or proxy and using that to resolve DNS requests for me. The only thing is, I don't know how to. Would the Apache server solution work for what I'm trying to do, and do you think that Your Freedom would work. I appreciate the help.

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Hello, I'm just reading through this forum here looking for answers before I go ahead and post my question. Here's my situation. I am connecting to an internet service that I suspect is monitoring my usage. If I understand everything correct, I suspect them of doing man-in-the-middle attacks. Since it's the only internet that I can get, I was looking for a way to get around them looking at my traffic. The only thing I could come up with is securely tunneling into a web server or proxy and using that to resolve DNS requests for me. The only thing is, I don't know how to. Would the Apache server solution work for what I'm trying to do, and do you think that Your Freedom would work. I appreciate the help.

What internet service are you using, a public internet or an ISP internet

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What internet service are you using, a public internet or an ISP internet

It's kind of a mix of both. I pay a fee each month, they get my wireless card's MAC Address. I can then connect to any of their wireless routers.

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It's kind of a mix of both. I pay a fee each month, they get my wireless card's MAC Address. I can then connect to any of their wireless routers.

FreeSSHD is a windows SSH Server, very easy to set up and extremely easy to use. You could use it to tunnel all your traffic through.

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