Using an SSH Client through the Corporate Firewall on the telnet port

    Date03 May 2001
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Most corporations allow users to access the outside world for HTTP, FTP & Telnet. However, access via "Secure Shell" is often blocked (as was my situation in Corporate America). There is a work-around that is pretty easy.. . . Most corporations allow users to access the outside world for HTTP, FTP & Telnet. However, access via "Secure Shell" is often blocked (as was my situation in Corporate America). There is a work-around that is pretty easy.

    Listed below are the four easy steps taken to get Secure Shell access without firewall changes:

    OS used = Linux, SuSE7.1 Pro, Linux Kernel 2.4

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