Hi list. When a password is send (via a POP3 session without SSL, or without
establishing a secure connection) it can be retrieved by the ISP, or
somebody ahead, right. AFAIK, making an SSH session to a server and
forwarding, for instance, port 110 (POP3) to the SSH session, or some other
port / application, passwords and / or traffic cannot be retrieved as easy
by proxy servers or sniffers.
So my question is what happens in the SSH server then, the traffic can be
analyzed on that side? Really I don't know what happens when traffic reach
the SSH server and keep their way.
Thanks in advance.
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