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- Per Hedeland
March 6, 2007, 10:07 pm
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Hm, it used to be (at least I'm pretty sure it was the case for OpenSSH
too) that sshd required the client to use a "privileged" source port for
HostbasedAuthentication/RhostsRSAAuthentication to work - good to see
that this requirement has been dropped.
Though if you actually *do* make ssh setuid-root, this requirement
silently goes away:-) (tested only on 3.8.1p1).
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