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Re: [suse-security] ssh, kernel updates
  • From: Ralf Koch <info@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 23:11:22 +0100
  • Message-id: <PM-CH.20010214231122.D0F15.2.1D@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
f-secure ssh is a good idea, I tested it for weeks on a RedHat server as stable
as ssh even for backups. But as far as I know it doesn't support ssh1.
Neither daemon nor client.

>> >Why not drop ssh and use OpenSSH?
>>
>> Great idea - just sitting hier at a customer, and saw that on SuSE 6.2
>> only the 1.2.27-18 is installed :(
>
>Bad idea. 1.2.27 has been the only secure shell implementation (along with
>the newer versions) that was capable of running a backup through an
>ssh connection. It's a matter of stability...
>
>We'll have to focus on openssh, though. Maybe, in future releases of the
>SuSE-distribution, there will be the official ssh version from f-secure
>included (it almost was in 7.1, but I didn't get the written agreement
>from the finland folks).
>
>Roman.
>--
> - -
[ Sorry, Roman, shouldn't be a direkt reply. Now again to the list.... ]
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