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Internet Secure Tunneling

Type of Program: Internet Mail
Supported Platforms: Win9x/ME/NT4/2Kx/XP
Company Name: Han-soft Software
Version: 2.o
Price: $28.95
Installed Size: 1.4Mb

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The installation of Internet Secure Tunneling is easy and intuitive. You can place the program files where you want them. However at the end of the install after it asked to start the program and I said yes, ZoneAlarm came up with a "this program wants to start everytime alert" and when I clicked Deny Internet Secure Tunneling crashed.

Well then I started the program again and told ZoneAlarm ok let it startup everytime.

Ok, here is what I wanted to use this program for. I need to occasionally send out mailings of about 1500 emails to a mailing list. I want to be able to do it on my computer instead of a server based program because using my computer I can send these emails out using mail merge. I used to be able to send these out by accessing my server through my ISP. Now my ISP blocksw this.

So now that you have the picture. I wanted software that would easily let me tunnel to my server. Unfortunately Internet Secure Tunneling is not it. The keyword is "easily". When you access the help file you get stuff like this:
Listen port:
This is the port that the tunnel listens on. This field is required.
If select local tunnel, enter the port on your own computer, your computer will listen on the port, the connections received on the port will be directed to this destination host and port.

If select remote tunnel, enter the port on the SSH server (use port numbers upper 1024), the SSH server will listen on the port of the SSH server. The connections received on the port will be directed to this destination host and port.
If select dynamic tunnel, enter the port on which your own computer, you can use the port as SOCK4/4A/5 proxy server port.

Destination Host:
This field defines the destination host for the port forwarding. The connections received on the source port will be directed to this destination. If you use the local tunnel and remote tunnel, this field is required.

Destination Port:
The field defines what port will be used for the forwarded connection on the destination host. The connections received on the source port will be directed to this destination. If you use the local tunnel and remote tunnel, this field is required.

In other words HUH?

Sorry that was all I could take. I quit and uninstalled Internet Secure Tunneling.

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Reviewed by Joe Tex


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