Subject: Re: netbsd sshd - really nobody knows?
To: David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Wojciech Puchar <email@example.com>
Date: 08/01/2001 10:26:00
> > option.
> Not, however, in OpenSSH.
> OpenSSH took out the 'none' cipher both because of the fact that it's
> just a plain bad idea to offer people options like 'Here, use this
> secure encrypted protocol, but disable the security and encryption
> please.' and because of a bug, detailed here:
> If you insist on patching this back in in your own tree, look here:
> Though you should remember, IT'S A BAD IDEA.
i use it only with RSA logging and on local network.
i don't need ciphering slowdown when copying with scp files between
computers in my home.
in normal operation i use blowfish cipher.