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RE: [suse-security] OpenSSH ISSUE
  • From: "Ryan Swenson" <Ryan.Swenson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 09:09:15 -0400
  • Message-id: <287A558F0A17D14BA8A9C1E5643D95DF0C3000@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
By far it is, it is a great product. For a client and even server implementation also www.appgate.com is nice as well!

All Swedish Security is good! :) mindterm is an applet that can be local to your system, or imbedded in your webpage and implements a full ssh1/ssh2 compliant application that supports tcp/udp tunneling and ftp as well. It uses Arcfour and supports AES as well as all 4 modes of DES/3DES. Its free for personal use. The server is not and is expensive as hell as most things in Sweden are.

Ryan S.

-----Original Message-----
From: Stefan Suurmeijer [mailto:stefan@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 8:38 AM
To: Ryan Swenson
Cc: suse-security@xxxxxxxx; Olaf Kirch
Subject: Re: [suse-security] OpenSSH ISSUE


If you're going to go that way you might want to consider the
"commercial" ssh version. It's free for non-commercial use (download it
from www.ssh.com). Version 3.2 now, and it seems a lot more stable than
openssh.


Ryan Swenson wrote:

>Hello,
>OpenSSH has released 3.4 which addresses these security issues with regard to challenge response configuration options,etc etc... It fixes several other issues; there now exists official advisories from www.cert.org,www.openssh.com, and ISS. Perhaps everyone stop wasting their time with 3.3 and obtain 3.4 which is well supported and documented.
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