Just out of curosity what advantage does the SSLr* package
have over the SSH package?
The only ones i can think of are ssl doesn't have any setuid files
and ssl has an rdist type program. Though i suppose that ssh could
write a rdist type program. What about encryption advantages of
the two? Though i suppose cypher punks would probably be a better
place to ask.
Also I suppose i should ask is does sslr* have an officially sanctioned
port number? and ofcourse does it have an rfc? I suspect this may be
answered via the web, but netscape on a 80386i and a modem link isn't
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