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However, this bottle was not marked `poison,' so Alice ventured to taste it, and finding it very nice, (it had, in fact, a sort of mixed flavour of cherry-tart, custard, pine-apple, roast turkey, toffee, and hot buttered toast,) she very soon finished it off.

Lewis Carroll "Alice In Wonderland"
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Active port forwarder is a software tool for secure port forwarding. It uses SSL to increase security of communication between a server and a client. Originally, it was developed to forward data point to point. However, the need for bypassing firewalls in order to connect to internally located computers influenced the further development of the project.

AF is dedicated for people, who don't have an external ip number and want to make some services available across the net.

Moreover, zlib is used to compress the transferred data.

Using one, permanent data/control channel with flow control / packet buffering provides good performance and reasonably small latency.

Running afserver does not require root priviledges, nor does it use threads or other processes.

Jeremian
Latest release available on https://github.com/jslawinski/apf
Gray-world.net version: 0.8.4; README, CHANGELOG
Download | md5sum: 4411785b05ec59e955152fe4e61705b1
http://gray-world.net/projects/af/apf-0.8.4.tar.gz
Win32 Cygwin built AF version:
http://gray-world.net/projects/af/win32_apf-0.8.4/

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MsnShell - is a kind of covert channel tunneling tool allowing to remotely control a Linux computer through the use of the MSN protocol.
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