Tuesday, April 13, 2021

PSC SOCKS trickery

I submitted a patch to PSC SOCKS handling. The bug that was fixed could lead to poor browsing experience. By now, its not necessary anymore to click the reload button to finish loading of some sites.

Friday, March 19, 2021

Friday, March 12, 2021

tinkershell trickery


 After a couple of years, I published a new one of the famous boomsh exploits. This time for an IoT devel board, running a Debianish distribution for ARM. https://github.com/stealth/tinkershell




Friday, January 15, 2021

More PSC trickery!!

I updated psc to include SOCKS4 and SOCKS5 support, so you can now do crazy things like web browsing remote networks from within a modem dialup shell or portshell (even multihop), effectively upgrading a simple portshell to a SSH like e2e pty shell with the ability to forward TCP and UDP ports.

This finally merges code into PSC that I started back in early 2000's, when I was in need to have TCP connections via modem dialups that actually did not have ppp to obtain an IP address to browse from.


Thursday, January 7, 2021

Port Shell trickery

 

Added new feature to my old long running project pscYou may now forward TCP or UDP ports in a similar way as with ssh -L. The cool thing: You don't even need an IP address or network connection to the remote hop. An UART or modem connection will suffice. As long as you have a tty session, you can now slip TCPv4, UDPv4, TCPv6, UDPv6 through it and appear with your connections as if they were made on the remote end.

A demo video is on asciinema.