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OpenSSH-3.2.2 Released 18

Posted by michael
from the not-your-father's-telnet dept.
hated writes "OpenSSH-3.2.2 is just released. Among some security fixes associated with Kerberos/AFS token passing, privelage separation has begun to be show up, experimentally right now of course. A paper on OpenSSH privelage separation is available. Pop on over to one of the mirror sites and get your brand spanking new version. The portable website doesn't currently list 3.2.2, but the FTP sites do have it."
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OpenSSH-3.2.2 Released

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  • Seeing as how all the r* apps have just been done away with, SSH is certainly a welcome upgrade from RSH.

    (Does it compile under gcc 3.1? ;-)
  • Is it really _so_ difficult to spell out
    privsep correctly? OMG, I'm on /. here...
  • by Anonymous Coward

    Among some security fixes associated with Kerberos/AFS token passing, privelage separation has begun to be show up, experimentally right now of course. [sic]

    An English teacher cries somewhere.

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