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What you’ll need
* An SSH server to act as your proxy.
* An SSH client on the computer you’re using.
Start your SSH tunnel
The command to run on your linux / mac client in a terminal window is :
ssh -ND 9999 email@example.com
For Windows it’s as simple as browsing to the directory you saved plink to and running
plink.exe -N -D 9999 firstname.lastname@example.org
Of course, you’re going to replace the you with your username on your SSH server and example.com with your server domain name or IP address. What that command does is accept requests from your local machine on port 9999 and hands that request off to your server at example.com for processing.
Set Firefox to use SOCKS proxy
PS: Remember that you’ll need to open your firewall a bit by cracking open port 9999 on your local machine and port 22 on your server for SSH.