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I am sitting in an japanese appartment and this weird appartment company needs a username and password to enter the internet (It's a .htaccess like dialog). I cant get this username and password but indeed all https:// connections are working.

Is there a way to access the internet over https only and also tunnel all http connections through https?

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This was in fact already answered here.

The program Stunnel adds SSL to all TCP connections, namely http; giving you https access in any situation.

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I don't think this answers the question in this case, because a tunnel requires support on both ends, what is needed is a proxy outside the network. – Ofir Dec 30 '13 at 10:08

If I understand the question correctly, you need a proxy that supports https outside your network. I've crafted a google query to find such proxies:

https://www.google.com/search?q=free+proxy+supporting+https

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