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Re: Restoring ssh session
From: john.fellers () gmail com
Date: 26 May 2006 19:19:43 -0000

I assume that you are not using these for legitimet login reasons, otherwise you could compromise the security of your 
own server by storing legitimet user/pass combinations in the same file. 

If this is the case and you aren't using these ports for anything production I would recommend installing a listener on 
those ssh ports. You could then log anything they type in. You could even write your own "fake" ssh server to present 
the user with a login prompt, ie. login: , so they aren't thrown off.

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