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Gnome SSH Tunnel Manager

gSTM is a front-end for managing SSH-tunneled port redirects.

Gnome SSH Tunnel Manager Alternatives

The best Gnome SSH Tunnel Manager alternatives based on verified products, votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Basically, MyEnTunnel is an efficient method for maintaining the tunnels of TCP SSH, MyEnTunnel has many advantages upon its usage. Plink (PuTTY Link)...

  2. Popular free terminal application. Mostly used as an SSH client.

  3. Sidestep sits quietly in the background, protecting your security and privacy as you browse the web.

  4. Powerful iOS, Android, Desktop (Chrome) SSH client

  5. Core Tunnel is the best way to manage your SSH tunnels, with OS X Keychain integration.

  6. Viscosity is a VPN client for Mac OS X and Windows.

  7. UltraSurf is a free (but not open source) software utility that lets computer users bypass both government firewalls and censorship, through the use of HTTP proxy servers. Read more about UltraSurf.

  8. Puff is a secure proxy software & service, it is provided AS IS without any warranty

  9. Tunnel Manager allows users to easily manage a configurable list of SSH tunnels and their required...

  10. SSH From your browser

  11. Freegate is an anti-censorship software for secure and fast Internet access.

  12. OpenVPN - The Open Source VPN

  13. GAppProxy is an open source HTTP Proxy software runs on Google App Engine.

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