While Pipeline is still in development we are offering the
SSH/SecureCRT account as a solution. An SSH connection encrypts
all internet interactions so that computers between your computer
and ours (ie your ISP) can not monitor you. You may order a
special SSH/SecureCRT account from Anonymizer and use either
from Datafellows or SecureCRT
from Van Dyke Technologies, Inc. Pipeline will be easier to
use and much easier to install.
There is also a free version of SSH software available called
Term Pro. The software needs to be downloaded in two parts.
First download the Tera Term Pro telnet software from the site
and then download the TTSSH extension. You have to install them
in this order as well. We currently do not have a page for setup
of this software but we will add one soon. You can view the
SecureCRT setup or the F-Secure setup pages for the settings
you will need and the Tera Term pages for more info on how to
set it up until then.
Select your type from the list below to view the setup instructions
and then click the button to proceed.
The SSH/SecureCRT account includes an email address and two
megabytes of web publishing space. The account is identical
to one of our Anonymizer Publishing accounts. Please read our
section regarding Anonymizer Publishing
WARNING: The latest version of F-Secure SSH is not compatible
with the non-commercial server which is installed on the Anonymizer
network. We do not recommend using the latest release of F-Secure
SSH until this problem has been resolved. Versions 1.0 and 1.5
seems to work fine, but we suggest downloading the trial version
before making a purchase.
On the other hand, SecureCRT from Van Dyke Technologies, Inc.
seems to work very well. There are several customers using this
software, and we have not noticed any problems with compatibility.
This may be the safer choice for the time being.