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We're having a hardcore repair of floor and walls at home now.
yesterday after i spent a day in a stinky flat(after we painted a floor) i decided to move to my friend's place(from where i'm VNCed now). I needed to work.
the problem is not only because my friend runs windows and i can't copy files to my server(i can only move them to my webserver so i fetch them from here) or do any other simple operation, but the wrong desktop, the wrong keyboard and mouse. it's not mine, i...
a note i found on my archive while was making a cleanup on my HDDs.
written about 2 months ago.
i guess it might be useful for someone =) from what i can say i use that PGA for a long time already. it is slow of course, but it is like a gift for paranoid users =)
proxychains + ssh = Pretty Good Anonymity(let's just name it PGA? ;) )
How to make PGA in five steps