On Thu, 7 Nov 1996, Todd Graham Lewis 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.
deslogin is pretty good to, and unlike S/Key or SSH, I know of noone who
has found methods to attack it succesfully.
> We are moving to Kerberos, and I for one love it. ftp://athena-dist.mit.
> edu/pub/kerberos/README for instructions on how to get it.
Make sure you are using Kerb5 at least, although reportedly there are
exploits for Kerb5. Kerb4 should be considered broken IMO.
What context would you be using it in?
Craig Brozefsky cosmo @
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