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DNS Tunneling with Iodine

I have had the privilege of travelling around the world a bit (for work, but still) and I have seen many “public” internet setups that require registration and/or payment. Some of these I have no problem with, but I have found a lot that try to get you on with false advertising or refund offers that go nowhere. And sometimes, for various reasons, it may not be a good idea to register. For those times, you may still be able to connect and one way of doing that is tunnelling data through DNS packets. This is where “iodine” comes in, it is used as both server and client. Because in this type of setup you do need your own server to connect to and then outwards from there. Lets take a look..
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Published by erich, on September 16th, 2013 at 12:08 am. Filled under: GeneralNo Comments

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