What do they mean by "revenue generating purposes"? What if your company uses
it to login around internal machines and external sites to do my work? Does
this also apply to F-Secure ssh for Windows?
Well, as I told Petri of Datafellows, ssh is the best thing since sliced bread.
Very robust, easy to use, and is somewhat convenient. Not to mention a peace
Rudy Amid (rudy @
com), Systems "I'm IT!" Administrator NB: IMHO!
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From: Jüri Kaljundi <jk @
To: Firewalls @
Subject: Re: Plain-text passwords
Date: Friday, November 08, 1996 7:13 AM
Fri, 8 Nov 1996, Firewalls-Digest wrote:
> SSH is nice, but unless you fork out $500 (or whatever datafellows is
> charging this week) for a license for RSA, it is illegal to use in a
> commercial context.
SSH licence says: Companies are permitted to use this program as long as
it is not used for revenue-generating purposes.
As I understand you can use it freely inside your company without paying
Jüri Kaljundi AS Stallion
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