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|Originally Published: Wednesday, 15 December 1999||Author: Quentin Cregan|
|Published to: news_enhance_security/Security News||Page: 1/1 - [Printable]|
sshd1 allows server to use unencrypted sessions.
[BugTraq]: "While working on OpenSSH I discovered the following defect in ssh-1.2.27, OpenSSH and other related implementations of SSH1: A malicious ssh-client can force a server to use the so called cipher "none" even if the server-policy does not permit this."