Subject: Re: HEADS UP: ssh configuration files renamed
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bruno Saverio Delbono <email@example.com>
Date: 04/30/2002 08:48:36
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Making, drinking tea and reading an opus magnum from firstname.lastname@example.org:
> >While we are on the topic of ssh, why do we print out the version
> >string of the OS as banner when we connect? i.e.
> attackers will try to exploit anyways, and there are a lot of
> other ways you can probe OS type...
I agree. However, that was just one point I wanted to bring out. If we
are confirming to the OpenSSH filename standards...why not have the
sshd banner the same. Alternatively is there a reason why we have the
banner in the first place?
California is a fine place to live -- if you happen to be an orange.
-- Fred Allen
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