Monthly Archives: April 2010

Did I say 5000? Make that 14000!

Wow. What else can I say? Two weeks ago, I said “thanks for listening” because there’d been 5000 downloads of the Podcast. Apparently, you went ahead and told all your friends and colleagues, so now the podcast has been downloaded … Continue reading

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SOCKS 5 Step 2: exchanging a token

With a few minor adjustments to the existing Token class, we can finish the first part of our implementation of RFC 1961 for now – we will hook it into an implementation of the GSS API later. Before we do … Continue reading

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SOCKS 5, step 1: Serializing a Token

The first project in the C++ for the self-taught series is a SOCKS proxy server that we will call “Chausette” – which is french for sock. SOCKS is a simple proxying protocol that supports proxying for any number of other … Continue reading

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