[clug] Netspeed Russia

Andrew Steele fozzy at zipworld.org
Thu Mar 19 05:01:23 MDT 2015

Have you tried ssh'ing back to somewhere in Oz with dynamic port forwarding (i.e. SOCKS proxy), and having your browser suitably configured to go through that tunnel?

Putty also does dynamic port forwarding if you have to do it on windoze.

If that doesn't work, I've got around weird proxy filtering with "corkscrew"


On 17/03/2015, at 10:35 PM, Adrian Blake <adrian.blake41 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> This is a long shot. My mate and I are in Syktyvkar, Russia. His access to
> netspeed appears to haave been blocked or rather an russian site pops up
> and says netspeed is "infected". He can neither  look at his mail via
> outlook or the webmail.
> Anyone have experience with this? Suggestions
> Adrian
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