I've been using SSH with PuTTY from college for the last week now, and everything's going smoothly. I haven't had anyone come up and ask me what I'm doing, which I kind of expected. Part of the network agreement is to not attempt to bypass firewall restrictions, which this sorta does. Anyway, I have SSH running on port 443 which is the default port for HTTPS. My question is - can the administrators see that I'm connected to a SSH server by looking at my traffic? Or does the fact that I'm using port 443 stop them from telling the difference between normal HTTPS traffic?