Subject: Re: ssh - are you nuts?!?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 12/20/2000 16:59:27
[NOTE: I've trimmed the CC: line]
On 21 Dec, Mipam wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 20, 2000 at 05:08:46AM -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> You state that SSH offers "better encryption" and authentication. What
>> assurances do you have of that? Can you really say that is the case?
> Okay, lets get back to your initial request.
> First here is a nice list of features which ssh has to offer:
> Then look here for details:
> Here are links to the internet drafts of ssh concerning
> transport layer, user authentication layer and more.
> Also a link is here to the architecure draft of ssh2.
> These will provide you with the info you need to know,
I've read the HTML pages and drafts you've noted.
> however they're quite technical and perhaps you need to read them
> over 3 or even more times, like i am doing now again.
> After reading this i guess many questions will be answered.
> And .... why would you want to use "secure" telnet?
> Everybody uses ssh and will use ssh2 if not allrdy used.
> That surely isnt the case with stelnet.
> Moreover ... security isnt an after thought, it must be build in with
> the very design. That's another reason why i dont use stelnet.
Should I now assume that, perhaps, you need to read
the aforementioned material to answer my question?