Anyone know can you get it working using a web proxy ?
If not, is it possible for me to catch all outgoing packets to a certain
port, and redirect them to another port/machine ?
Just wondering if I could redirect any packets going to port 80, bounce
them to a port redirector (as my desktop is behind a firewall, but I have
user access on a machine outside said firewall) to get around this...
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