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What are stunnel accounts useful for?

Is it possible to use Stunnel accounts on windows 10 in order to bypass firewalls and censorship (just like bitvise client)?

If  the answer is yes, then How? (Is there any guide on that)

I have tried few trial & errors with the help of manual file from stunnel website but I could not figure it out! (Maybe you could point me to the right direction)

Thank you.
asked Jan 3 in FastSSH by David

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if you just want to bypass, you can use softether or ssh. dont use stunnel.
answered Jan 5 by vba (10,730 points)
I think the original question is important when ISP doesn't allow any SSH connection, or use deep pack inspection to detect any protocol that the ISP doesn't like.

So how can I use Bitvise together with sTunnel? And how to configure both of them? Thanks.
> So how can I use Bitvise together with Stunnel? And how to configure both of them? Thanks.

Bitvise SSH Client on your machine should forward requests to the (client) copy of stunnel on this same machine; stunnel then encrypts these requests and sends them over (via SSL) to the server copy of stunnel (in the SSH server), the traffic is decrypted locally and sent via normal OpenSSH port 22 to the SSH server (and vice versa)

BitviseSSHClient<->stunnel(client)<-SSL->stunnel(server)<->SSHServer<->WWW

In BitviseSSHClient's login tab, in the server field put 127.0.0.1 (your machine); in the port field, choose a valid port number to your liking (e.g. 42500); in the authentication fields, fill in the Username and password you created in the fastssh site:  
fastssh.com-xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx

In the stunnel config file (on Windows it's "stunnel.conf") add the following block:

[bitvise-ssh-client]
client = yes
accept = 127.0.0.1:42500
connect = hostname:443 (or :444)

where "hostname" is the actual hostname of the SSH Stunnel server you created your account for, e.g. "ssl-id-3.serverip.co".

Save the modified config file, start stunnel.exe, then BitviseSSHClient and click Login; Bitvise connects to stunnel via local port 42500, stunnel connects to server stunnel on port 443 (or 444), server stunnel connects locally to server "ssl-id-3.serverip.co" on SSH port 22; Voila!

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