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- Thomas Cameron
March 14, 2005, 9:25 pm
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- Richard E. Silverman
March 24, 2005, 1:48 am
Re: Is there something like FSecure's SSHD2_SUBCONFIG in OpenSSH?
>> My employer is leaning towards FSecure's SSHD software, and one of
>> the proponents is saying that we have to have SSHD2_SUBCONFIG. I
>> can't find anything like it in OpenSSH. Is there such a thing?
Jacob> What does it do?
The ssh.com Tectia software (from which F-Secure's product is derived)
lets you specify separate server configuration per client host (by name or
address), or by the server account to which the client requests access.
OpenSSH doesn't really have anything like this.
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