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Re: authpf web interface
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: authpf web interface
- From: kami petersen <kokamomi_(_at_)_gueststars_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 13:13:15 +0200
Mitch B. Parker wrote:
There are several commercial products (SSL VPNs) which do this, and the most popular is one called Netilla, which runs off of a hacked Mandrake. This can be used to provide IP tunneling over SSL via a series of Java applets, and works on Windows and OS X (with the latest Java patch). They want a lot of money to turn this functionality on for you, however.
It would not be too terribly difficult for someone to embed a SSH Java Applet into a page to produce the desired functionality with authpf, as there are several such programs available. Whether it's secure or not is another story, but it can be done.
maybe something like this?
alternatively, strip putty down to a minimum, add an idiot safe login
box (reusing box code from pageant?), and have it sit minimized in the
tray. hardcode gateway info and make it downloadable from a catch all if
not already authenticated web page.
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