> Just as an aside, I use SSH between my laptop and my office when I'm
> travelling; just use a gopher or a WWW search to look for SSH. And yes,
> it was developed outside the US (I believe) :-)
it was developed at the helsinki institute of technology by Tatu Ylonen.
it has been ported to a very wide variety of unix systems
preliminary ports to windoze and os/2 are available
terms are excellent:
"Ssh can be used freely by anyone for any purpose.
Permission is required to sell it commercially."
a draft rfc is available "draft-ylonen-ssh-protocol-00.txt"
the current version is 1.2.13
it works wonderfully across the net allowing a fully encrypted session
using one of several algorithms (including IDEA, session keys are negotiated