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From: andfarm at (Andrew Farmer)
Subject: OpenSSH is a good choice?

On 17 Dec 2004, at 19:49, Carlos de Oliveira wrote:
> I am going to install OpenSSH in one of my servers, but I want to make
> sure it is secure.
> Does anybody know about vulnerabilites on OpenSSH, if yes, would you
> like to suggest me another remote secure shell ?

There are no current open vulnerabilities in OpenSSH.

Go right ahead. It's the most commonly used SSH server on the 'net - as 
long as you keep it up to date and keep passwords secure, security 
isn't an issue.
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