SSHole for Linux is a small proggy that can be useful for debugging SSL-encrypted protocols. When run, it listens for client connections on a specified port. As soon as a connection is received, it connects to the remote host and operates transparently as a proxy, with the only difference that all the traffic is copied to the local stdout. Sshole can serve many connections at once.
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