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standards/53854: A SOCKS4/4a/5 daemon would be (very) nice
>Synopsis: A SOCKS4/4a/5 daemon would be (very) nice
>Arrival-Date: Thu Jan 10 13:45:00 +0000 2019
I was surprised not to find anything but SSH serving something SOCKSish in base -- I wouldn't be surprised if I just missed something.
SOCKS4 - https://www.openssh.com/txt/socks4.protocol
SOCKS4 FQDN extension
SOCKS5 - RFC1928/1929/1961
It seems like a simple enough protocol to serve.
A small addition, but would be exceedingly nice to find in NetBSD
I did check pkgsrc, but saw nothing of use
I started a socksd.c; it's in my plan for the year; still I'm sure an experienced developer could come up with something without too much strain (GSS-API is the only thing foreign to me, I don't know what kind of effort that aspect would take)
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