By Yang Yubo
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SSH Proxy can help you turn any remote SSH server into a SOCKS v5 proxy, intuitive and easy to use.
SSH Proxy is able to remember the SSH login password & private key passphrase and save it to OS X's keychain. Furthermore, SSH Proxy is designed to automatically reconnect when your Mac is waking up from sleep.
- Auto launch when log in OS X
- Ability to share SOCKS v5 proxy on LAN
- Create SOCKS v5 proxy through SSH tunnel
- Fast switch between multiple SSH accounts
- Automatically reconnect after disconnected by errors or waking up from sleep
- Remember SSH login password & private key passphrase in OS X Keychain automatically
- Whitelist, only sites on the list will be accessed through the proxy server, other sites will be connected directly
- Support compressing SSH connection
- Support public key and password authentication methods
- Support RSA and DSA authentication identity (aka private key)
- Support connecting through SOCKS v5 / SOCKS v4 / HTTP proxy with authentication
SSH Proxy support mail: email@example.com
What's New in Version 14.11
- Support blacklist, and add a new "Use proxy for all sites except on blacklist" mode
- Able to set connection timeout, and retry attempts
- Enhanced security check, protects you away from spoofing
- Improved performance, fewer resources usage
- Polished logo, and icons are optimized for OS X 10.10
- OS X 10.9 or later is required
- For earlier version of OS X, you can download "SSH Proxy for OS X 10.7/10.8" from here: http://codinn.com/products/ssh-proxy/
Only seems to work for web browsers? No CLI?
I tried setting up an SSH tunnel proxy for some systems on my home network. I was able to access internal web servers, but I was unable to SSH from the command line into any of the internal systems. Whatever the proxying seems to be limited in scope. Otherwise, if everything worked as expected this would totally be a 5-star app. The $2 price is very appealing, and I *love* the simplicity of the app!