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Linux SSH tunelling for Firefox

Discussion in 'Software' started by FaIIen, 14 Nov 2007.

  1. FaIIen

    FaIIen origami killer

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    hello there

    I've setup an SSH tunnel from my workstation to my pc at home so I can have some peace of mind when using online banking and other stuff from work. I would also like for the machine running the SSH server at home to keep track (log file) of the sites visited at work, is that possible ?? I know that SSH keeps track on who's accessing the machine but i'm not sure about specific logs regarding the traffic that is being exchanged through the tunnel. Can I monitor that in any way ?

    my regards
     
  2. Fophillips

    Fophillips New Member

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    You could check in /var/log, it might say which connections where established.
     
  3. FaIIen

    FaIIen origami killer

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    i know i can monitor who's entering/leaving the system. What I want to log is the information of the communication that is happening between the two nodes, like urls requested from the SOCKS server.
     
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