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[Rumor] SSH 0-day
From: Kevin Wilcox <kevin () tux appstate edu>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2009 11:46:11 -0400

2009/7/9 Charles Majola <charles.lists () gmail com>:

From the LWN article (OpenSSH maintainer Damien Miller), its probably
not real, well just have to wait and see


Even if you *do* believe the secer site, look at the particulars. It's
a brute force. Properly configure your ssh servers (including
rate-limiting, possibly port knocking, key based authentication and
user () host allow
statements) and file this under a non-issue.

Of course this is all theoretical so far so I suppose everyone is free
to wring their hands and gnash their teeth as much as they wish over

Original CC recipients cut  because I'm the guy that can't remember
which addresses are subscribed to which lists.


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