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Problems connecting to old Cisco routers with SSH?

It seems like something has changed in SSH, so that if you’re using a newer version (for example, you’ve just upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04) you may find you can no longer connect to your Cisco device – it just keeps saying “Connection closed”. 117 more words


OpenSSH jump-host and file-transfer

This article was inspired by a previous post on my personal blog: https://www.freeture.ch/?p=815


OpenSSH is a great tool, everybody knows that (even Microsoft… 998 more words


OpenSSH password guessing attacks may be 10,000 times easier than you thought

An interesting problem with OpenSSH – let’s call it a feature that turned out to be a vulnerability – has been publicised on the Full Disclosure mailing list. 995 more words


Bug exposes OpenSSH servers to brute-force password guessing attacks

A bug in OpenSSH, the most popular software for secure remote access to UNIX-based systems, could allow attackers to bypass authentication retry restrictions and execute many password guesses. 206 more words

Cyber Security

Bug exposes OpenSSH servers to brute-force password guessing attacks

Keep a close eye on this one. ITWorld has the lowdown on a rather nasty OpenSSH vulnerability.

New OpenSSH Vulnerability

new vulnerability has been found on OpenSSH which is used by almost all Linux/BSD distributions, as well as many network infrastructure devices to allow SSH connectivity. 156 more words

ThreatSTOP In Use

Moving from OpenSSH 4.3 to OpenSSH 5.1p2

With the advent of openSSH 5.1p2, the basic functionality did not change. However, the internal have be moved a lot. 75 more words

Open Source Software