TunnelerX
TunnelerX 0.9.5
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SSH tunnel your Web browsing to a remote proxy server.   Free
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TunnelerX lets you run a SSH tunnel from your system menu bar, typically to securely re-route HTTP (web browsing) traffic to a remote proxy server. It is particularly useful for those behind corporate firewalls or living in countries with national firewalls. You must have an SSH account on the remote server.
What's New
Version 0.9.5: Changed name, fixed bugs, updated graphics.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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cleeland commented on 09 Jan 2008
I looked at this as an alternative to SSHKeychain for managing tunnels. From the GUI, it's not obvious how one defines and manages multiple tunnels.

Also, it appears to be focused on a specific use of tunneling rather than general tunneling. That's not bad--just an observation.

In its current incarnation, this isn't useful to me. Perhaps in the future.
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UNOwen rated on 24 Jul 2012

[Version 0.9.5]


Downloads:3,772
Version Downloads:3,389
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Free
Date:09 Jan 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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TunnelerX lets you run a SSH tunnel from your system menu bar, typically to securely re-route HTTP (web browsing) traffic to a remote proxy server. It is particularly useful for those behind corporate firewalls or living in countries with national firewalls. You must have an SSH account on the remote server.


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