Subject: Re: ssh
To: Peter Svensson <email@example.com>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/17/1996 20:40:41
Unless you want to replace rsh/rlogin with ssh. You can only use the
one-key-per-person mode if ssh is not setuid. To allow one computer to trust
the credentials of users from another they must run ssh suid, so it can
allocate a low port (<1024) and read the ssh_host_key.
IMO, amy use of the `Rhosts' functions in ssh is not worth it.
i disabled them in all of /etc/ssh*_config and ~/.ssh/config.