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+ - Ask.Slashdot: Encrypting Local Network

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Hello everyone,

I am going on a vacation to an Eastern European country for the summer. There is little availability of Internet in the countryside over there, and the set-up that we currently have there is over radio. My question is this: Can I encrypt my own traffic, i.e, by setting up a local socks/SSH server?
I know for a fact that the last time I visited, the owner of the company that handles the radio telecommunications, was spying evidently on my personal data!"
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