This works well - but, I think Google's closed "english-to-english" --works though, if you do "Spanish-to-English".

Here's link to the original hack. There's a crucial note there -- this doesn't hide your IP address.

Chances are -- if you have a linksys or other box between your computer and the internet your real IP address is hidden anyway, helping to prevent hackers from directly attacking your computer. It does this be creating a bank of IP addresses that are one hop away from your computer. I've changed the translated link so that it will hide that IP address. This, hopefully, prevents a site from tracking your pseudo-unique-IP's return and using it against you.


rem -
rem Place in StartUp folder - it will check to see if you're
rem onsite or remote if remote it will start the  VPN dialer
rem with your fob-prefix...
rem -
rem requires AutoIt
rem -
@echo off
echo .>remote.txt
ping yourserver>>remote.txt
rem  ^-a server on your systems...
for /f %%i in ('find "timed out"^>remote.txt /c') do if not '0'=='%%i' goto offsite
goto xit
echo Dim $fobpfx=RegRead('HKCU\Software\check_remote','^$fobpfx')>>VPN.au3
echo If $fobpfx='' Then >>VPN.au3
echo   $fobpfx=InputBox(@scriptname,'^$fobpfx','9999','*')>>VPN.au3
echo   RegWrite('HKCU\Software\check_remote','$fobpfx','REG_SZ',$fobpfx)>>VPN.au3
echo EndIf>>VPN.au3
echo Run('"C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client\ipsecdialer.exe"')>>VPN.au3
echo WinWaitActive('status:')>>VPN.au3
echo Send('{ctrlDown}o{ctrlUp}')>>VPN.au3
echo WinWaitActive('VPN Client')>>VPN.au3
echo Send($fobpfx)>>VPN.au3
call VPN.au3
goto xit
if exist remote.txt del remote.txt
if exist vpn.au3 del vpn.au3

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