SSH v. OpenSSH
cliffo at u.washington.edu
Sat Dec 29 16:38:49 PST 2001
Openssh for me. Ssh.com's support for the version 1 protocol has known
security flaws. Also, to support both protocols, you need (as I
understand it) to have two ssh daemons running. Openssh handles it all
in one fell swoop. Also, rpm updates are available for openssh if you
go that route...
Michal Guerquin wrote:
>I'm trying to decide which SSH implementation to use: the commercial SSH
>(www.ssh.com) or the Open (www.openssh.org) implementation. What factors
>should be considered? I'm trying to think of security (frequency of bugs,
>and the appropriate fixes) as well as protocol support (v1.5 and v2??).
>Licensing is another touchy subject. I don't plan to use it for commercial
>purposes, so it appears that both implementations can be used gratis.
>What other factors should be considered? Which version do you use? And
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