ssh -D behavior even if
AllowTcpForwarding is disabled by administrator in
sshd_config. This tool creates
the tunnel sending serialized data through STDIN to a remote process (which is running a Socks5 Server) and receiving
the response trought STDOUT on a normal SSH session channel.
- Raúl Sampedro - @rsrdesarrollo - Initial Work
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.
You only need golang (>=1.10) to build this tool.
Just install the command line tool
go get github.com/rsrdesarrollo/SaSSHimi
Just run it as a normal ssh client
SaSSHimi server user@localhost
You can fing more help using
$ SaSSHimi server --help Run local server to create tunnels Usage: SaSSHimi server <user@host:port|host_id> [flags] Flags: --bind string Help message for toggle (default "127.0.0.1:1080") -h, --help help for server -i, --identity_file string Path to private key Global Flags: --config string config file (default is $HOME/.SaSSHimi.yaml) -v, --verbose count verbose level
Like SSH, SaSSHimi has a configuration file where you can set some basic config for your most common hosts. You can find a sample of the syntax of this file in config_sample.yml.
By default SaSSHimi try to find this config file at
~/.SaSSHimi.yaml. You can change this behaviour by using the
ONLY USE PASSWORDS IN THE CONFIG AT YOUR OWN RISK
- Support Public key authentication.
- Support Enc Private Keys.
- Improve configuration file.
- Add more command options to control binding ports.
- Implement known_hosts support
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to this project.
This project is licensed under the Apache License Version 2.0- see the LICENSE file for details
- @maramarillophotography for such an amazing logo ;)