Powered by iSpeech

Home Forums TCP tunnelling and risks.

This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  end-dev 1 month, 1 week ago.

  • Author
    Posts
  • #590840

    syeeleven
    Member

    University has every poor VPN service. I want to access private server from outside. I am thinking of running a http tunnelling service on a local machine discreetly.
    I do not want to jeopardize organisation’s network to attacks. Is this particularly risky compared to, say, usual vpn or ssh gates that university’s IT dept. hosts.

  • #590841

    end-dev

    Just don’t hack your school, you will go to jail

  • #590842

    yldf

    If your IT department sees that they will not be happy. At the very least I’d use ssh tunneling.

  • #590843

    Capt-Bullshit

    Probably best not to. But if you must use a normal remote access tool with MFA.

  • #590844

    ccrwwwildin

    Your private server or one of the schools?

  • #590845

    KnightMirror

    use softether

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.