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From the original report: I just have a quick bug report and patch for you. I wasn't having any success getting plink to work as a local proxy for putty, so I tried plink verbosely on the command line. The troublesome output was something like: > plink host1 -v -nc host2:22 [...] Access granted Opening direct-tcpip channel to host2####:22 in place of session Server refused to open a direct-tcpip channel FATAL ERROR: Server refused to open a direct-tcpip channel ... where "####" was a bunch of garbage characters. It turns out that after the strncpy to ssh_nc_host, a '\0' is being written at the end of the entire array, rather than at the end of the hostname. A simple patch is attached, against putty SVN r7683.
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