Official git repo for iodine dns tunnel (by yarrick)


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yarrick/iodine is an open source project licensed under ISC License which is an OSI approved license.

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Posts where iodine has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-01.
  • Exfiltrate files using the DNS | 2021-04-01
    Also check out a dns ip tun
  • Exfiltrate Files Using the DNS | 2021-04-01
    Worth mentioning the Iodine project which allows for arbitrary IPv4 to be tunnelled over DNS, which can be useful on a few different restrictive networks.

    (I also like the naming pun; DNS running on port 53 with Iodine having the atomic number 53.)

  • Bypassing restrictions at work | 2021-03-10
    Even if you go for something super sneaky-fancy like DNS-tunneling via your own VPN-server a skill IT department will be able to detect that shenanigans are going on. And since IT departments don't like it when people poke security holes in their company's networks they will not only have you fired, they might be able to press criminal charges.
  • Selfhosted VPN on VPS vs actual VPN provider ? Lets discuss it pls.
    Wifi access point shenanigans have come a long way, check out iodine if you haven't already!
  • DNS exfiltration of data: step-by-step simple guide
    Don't know if it's the same one you're thinking of, but Iodine does this!
    You could do VPN over DNS. It sort of works at places that ask you to pay for Wifi.
  • Ask HN: What's a side project you built to make money that hasn't? | 2020-12-30
    I guess based on ? You could also run your own server.