If you already have ssh access (get it for free on eggshells, actually configuring a working proxy is as simple as this:
create a tunnel to your shell-server via:
ssh -D 3128 -q -N firstname.lastname@example.org
Configure the proxy-toggle firefox Add-On: SOCKS5 host: localhost with Port 3128
Now press the icon of the proxy-toggle extension to toggle between
- "direct browsing without any Proxy" and
It does not get any easier than this to hide your IP and then switch back to fast-browse-mode (if your shell is kinda slow, or your xshell was terminated due to non-fair use), exposing your true IP address.
free shell access
- Tor-tunnel with tor proxy
- proxy switch more versatile than the above proxy toggle.
- This works even in windows8.1 with "putty.exe" replacing "xterm" to run ssh in. Set up "ssh tunnels" from putty's menu like shown above, and you're good to go. xshellz works password-less in windows using putty.exe , pageant.exe and puttygen.exe providing a ssh-pubkey.