In previous article (part1), we have already learned about How to Use [G] Injector with Bitvise and Proxifier – Mode Kejut. So, it’s time for us to learn Part2 that is How to Use [G] Injector with Bitvise and Proxifier – Mode No Kejut.
How to connect SSH with Bitvise (Mode No Kejut)
1. Open MMD. Make sure that your MMD Settings is right. If you don’t have MMD, you can download here
Press Connect when you have finished the settings on MMD
2.Open the [G] Injector, select the most suitable Host that work in your location, and then click “Start”. You can download our injector in here.
Sett your proxy , choose your payload then start
3.Open Bitvise Profile, make sure that your Settings in the Proxy Settings section, reconnection option, and Socks forwarding are right, and then click “Login”. Wait until Bitvise -SSH connected to the port that you have been set before. If you don’t have bitvise, you can download here.
fill with your SSH account
Sett your Upstream Proxy (127.0.0.1:100 is your [G] Injector Listen Port)
Adjust your Reconnect Timer (“0” for fast reconnect, no delay)
Adjust your Socks Proxy and Port Forwarding (will be use on proxy setting proxifier)
Push Login button, and goes to next step
Log when Bitvise is Connected on Forwarder which have we sett before
4.Open Proxifier, make sure the settings are correct too (proxifier rules, proxy-server settings). You can download proxifier here.
Sett your Proxy server
Add your Proxy Server as same as your bitvise service Forwarding
Press Yes, and OK to set your proxy server as your default Connection
goes to proxification rules to see your default connection is sett corectly
you can choose by click on the dropdown combox (action), then press OK button
6.Done. You can try to browse anything now with your favorite browser.
See this Video Tutorial for more information:
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