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Old 09-01-2010, 02:30 PM   #1
mohtasham1983
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Bypassing ISP using SSH


Hi,

A few months ago I setup a SSH server on my computer on a very high port, so that my brother could surf the web through my computer from Iran, since the majority of websites are filtered there.

Today, he told me he cannot connect to my computer. That's why, I got suspicious that they are doing packet based filtering instead of port. Then I decided to change the port to 433 for https, but one of my friend told me that they just banned https in Iran as well.

I was wondering if there's any way I can manipulate SSH packets between two computers so that my brother's ISP won't figure out he's exchanging SSH packets?

I would really appreciate if someone helps me with that.

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 09-01-2010, 04:45 PM   #2
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Regardless of what one's thoughts are about Iran's government doing this sort of filtering, what you're asking for help with is still circumvention, which is a topic that is simply not compatible with the LQ Rules. I'm afraid I have to close this thread and ask you to please refrain from asking for help here at LQ with this extremely dangerous activity.
 
Old 09-02-2010, 11:35 AM   #3
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mohtasham1983, you've been a member here long enough to know that this isn't the place to get help bypassing restrictions. There's tons of sites out there where you could get that sort of assistance, and it's really unfair that you instead choose to place LQ in this position.

Normally, when we get these sort of threads closed, the OP realizes that he/she made a mistake, and life goes on. You, on the other hand, have chosen to act like a child and send me vulgar email. I'm giving you a mandatory 7-day vacation so that you may think about the implications for LQ if we would allow threads like this to proceed.

I suggest you read the LQ Rules carefully, and try to understand why this specific wording is used:
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