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hey guys I have learnt how to connect to my Squid Proxy by SSH ,
I used this in linux
ssh -L 8213:localhost:8213 email@example.com
then I enter my password,
then I set my browser's proxy to localhost:8213
how I can do the same thing in windows...
sorry I know that it is a windows question , and shouldnt be asked in linux forum...
but you know windows guys are not as Kind as Linux guys to help humans .. he he
There are two good programs that come to mind that do this; PuTTY and Cygwin. PuTTY is just a SSH/Telnet client for Windows. Cygwin is a program that allows you to run a number of programs designed for Unix/Linux on Windows (including SSH).
i have had ubuntu for 2 months, after two months I just installed windows on my very old hard disk...
i should say windows sucks...linux is so much easier ...
I connected to SSH with one line command , here i connected to ssh with 20 clicks .