sshttp is now able to hide SSH inside HTTPS as well.
SSH behind HTTP was possible before, and so was HTTPS,
but now it is "official" :)
You cannot mix HTTP and HTTPS in the same instance,
but you can run multiple sshttpd's.
I also added multicore support (basically the same
as for lophttpd, see earlier postings) AND support
for Linux capabilities. It runs as nobody in a chroot now
and only keeps CAP_NET_ADMIN and CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE.