If I run:
ssh -fND localhost:6000 USERNAME@IPADDRESS -p PORTNUMBER
and I set my webbrowser to use 127.0.0.1:6000 SOCKS5 proxy, is there a way for the remote SSH server to monitor my web traffic?
I've seen this post that allows traffic to be monitored on a per-user basis, but what can they do if there is only 1 SSH user, and that 1 SSH user is used by many people behind 1 public IP address/NATed network?
I know that if I don't set
true in Firefox then they can see my DNS traffic, because it's resolved in my side.
So the Q: What are the methods to monitor traffic on the remote SSH server if there is only 1 ssh user with many "real" users using it?