hacking without portforwarding on wan

Today I will list the best websites to create secure tunnels for use with pentesting tools and various networking tasks when creating accounts with these services use a disposable email account such as getnada or a similar disposable email provider to help secure your anonymity. All the services below will expose local network applications through HTTPS tunnels with free SSL certificates for authenticated remote access.

Ngrok

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One of my Favorites is Ngrok is a multiplatform tunnelling, reverse proxy software that establishes secure tunnels from a public endpoint such as the Internet back to a locally running network service while capturing all traffic for detailed inspection and replay. Visit Official Ngrok Website

Portmap.io

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Portmap.io was designed to make your life a little easier. while creating tunnels from your localhost IP over the Internet Make your home PC available from Internet without a real IP address. Visit Official Portmap Website

Dataplicity

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Dataplicity is a remote terminal for your Raspberry Pi the great thing about Dataplicity is that it works with all platforms including Android. You can even connect to devices behind firewalls without needing complex network configurations using Dataplicity. Visit Dataplicity Official Website

beame.io

beame.io will provide you your very own fully-qualified domain name and your very own free SSL certificate (GlobalSign root CA). This will allow you to tunnel securely over HTTP. You can choose to terminating or not to terminate the Transport-Layer Security (TLS). Expose local network applications through HTTPS tunnels with free SSL certificates for authenticated remote access. Visit Beame.io Official Website

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