by -Ninjex- on Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:50 pm ([msg=73059]see Re: SShuttle[/msg])
True, but you can easily go You > Proxy/VPN > Sshuttle then kill the proxy/VPN if you wished. It isn't suppossed to keep you anonymous to the remote host, but everything you connect to afterwards. Assuming you are the owner of the remote host, you could easily destroy all the log files anyway, right? It's simply an alternative that helps keep your DNS tight imo.
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