so they're writing a software program, not building a machine
step 1: setup an aerovps server http://www.aerovps.com/ - they start @ $6.99 - 150gb bandwidth included. step 2
:setup a transparent proxy on the linux box like this "ssh -f -N -D 0.0.0.0:some_random_port localhost"
then just use this as your transparent socks proxy
You still have a "drive a" ? I thought floppies died years ago
Just defrag it
So what? I can buy any one of a NUMBER of different makes of watch phones in South Africa for under USD500 http://www.bidorbuy.co.za/jsp/tradesearch/TradeSearchLinkResultsPage.jsp?PageTitle=Watch%20phone&IncludedKeywords=watch%20phone&KeyWordHandling=or&ID=100003_Google_API_1-1_watch_phone&gclid=CMbO5tzTkaACFc9i4wodE2dNdA
We support around 1500 remote clients using a mix of Hamachi + VNC or Teamviewer Logmein remote support isnt too bad, but rather limited. I prefer Logmein Hamachi. Its a zero config VPN util. Once the client is installed on both computers you can VNC, browse, RDP or anything else you would do on a LAN.
I have linux boxes all over the place and there are literally thousands of ssh/sft/etc attempts on each box each day. None of them are successful though. Can I claim that my boxes have more attacks than the US Military?
While South Africa isnt nearly as big as the States in terms of online news, the most popuplar website in south africa is in fact a news website ( source ). 24.com is a large conglomerate and own the countries biggest newspapers. It appears that they have long understood the importance of online news content