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genhash(1)						      General Commands Manual							genhash(1)

NAME
genhash - md5 hash generation tool for remote web pages SYNOPSIS
genhash [options] [-s server-address] [-p port] [-u url] DESCRIPTION
genhash is a tool used for generating md5sum hashes of remote web pages. genhash can use HTTP or HTTPS to connect to the web page. The output by this utility includes the HTTP header, page data, and the md5sum of the data. This md5sum can then be used within the keepalived(8) program, for monitoring HTTP and HTTPS services. OPTIONS
--use-ssl, -S Use SSL to connect to the server. --server <host>, -s Specify the ip address to connect to. --port <port>, -p Specify the port to connect to. --url <url>, -u Specify the path to the file you want to generate the hash of. --use-virtualhost <host>, -V Specify the virtual host to send along with the HTTP headers. --hash <alg>, -H Specify the hash algorithm to make a digest of the target page. Consult the help screen for list of available ones with a mark of the default one. --verbose, -v Be verbose with the output. --help, -h Display the program help screen and exit. --release, -r Display the release number (version) and exit. SEE ALSO
keepalived(8), keepalived.conf(5) AUTHOR
genhash was written by Alexandre Cassen <acassen@linux-vs.org>. This man page was contributed by Andres Salomon <dilinger@voxel.net> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Feb 2004 genhash(1)

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PROXYTUNNEL(1)						      General Commands Manual						    PROXYTUNNEL(1)

NAME
proxytunnel - program to tunnel a connection throught an standard HTTPS proxy. SYNOPSIS
proxytunnel [options] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents the proxytunnel command. proxytunnel is a program that open a tunnel through a HTTPS proxy. OPTIONS
This program follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). -h, --help Print help and exit. -V, --version Print the version of the program and exit. -i, --inetd Run from inetd. Default is off. -a PORT, --standalone=PORT Run as standalone daemon on specified port. -p host:port, --proxy=host:port The local HTTPS proxy host:port combo to connect to. -r host:port, --remproxy=host:port The second-level (remote) proxy host:port to connect to when using two proxies. -d host:port, --dest=host:port The destination host:port to built the tunnel to. -e, --encrypt Encrypt the data between the local proxy and the destination using SSL. -E, --encrypt-proxy Encrypt the data between the client and the local proxy using SSL. -B, --buggy-encrypt-proxy Encrypt the data between the client and the local proxy using SSL, but stop using SSL immediately after the CONNECT exchange to workaround server bugs. (Might not work on all setups; see /usr/share/doc/proxytunnel/README.Debian.gz for more details.) -X, --encrypt-remproxy Encrypt the data between the local proxy and the second-level proxy using SSL. -F STRING, --passfile=STRING The file containing Username & Password to send to HTTPS proxy for authentification. This file uses the same format as .wgetrc, and so can use the credentials in common with wget. This option can be used to at least hide the password from anyone clever enough to use the `ps' command. -P user:pass, --proxyauth=user:pass The credentials to use for local HTTP(S) proxy authentication. -R user:pass, --remproxyauth=user:pass The credentials to use for remote HTTP(S) proxy authentication. -N, --ntlm Use NTLM-based authentication. -t DOMAIN, --domain=DOMAIN The NTLM domain to use, default is to autodetect. -H STRING, --header=STRING Additional HTTP headers to send to the proxy. -x STRING, --proctitle=STRING Use a different process title. -v, --verbose Turn on verbosity. Default is off. -q, --quiet Suppress messages. Default is off. NOTES
To use this program with OpenSSH to connect to a host somewhere, create a $HOME/.ssh/config file with the following content: Host foobar ProtocolKeepAlives 30 ProxyCommand /usr/bin/proxytunnel -p proxy.customer.com:8080 -P user:password -d mybox.athome.nl:443 If your proxy doesn't require the username and password for using it, you can skip these options. If you want to run proxytunnel from inetd add the '--inetd' option. Most HTTPS proxies do not allow access to ports other than 443 (HTTPS) and 563 (SNEWS), so some hacking is necessary to start the SSH dae- mon on the required port. (On the server side add an extra Port statement in the sshd_config file) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Loic Le Guyader <loic.leguyader@laposte.net> and updated by Julian Gilbey <jdg@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). August 30, 2009 PROXYTUNNEL(1)

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