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Permission denied, please try again 2010-11-26
pasqualone (at) inwind (dot) it [email concealed] (pasqualone inwind it)
Hi, I'm a newbie :)

The question is: when I try to connect from localhost (or loopback address)
it's ok.
When I try to connect from outside, the message is the same in this mail
subject. I don't know if is a firewall problem or what else. I tried with
password authentication (yes or no) and with a

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Specify the key exchange methods for SSH 2010-11-19
·¶×ÚÒ« (fanzy29 gmail com)
Hi,

When using ssh, from the debug info we can see the supported key
exchange methods e.g.
diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha256,diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha1,
diffie-hellman-group14-sha1,diffie-hellman-group1-sha1
from server and client. The first matched method from both sides will
be used.
Bu

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CVS-2010-3864: OpenSSL TLS session caching buffer overun: any bearing? 2010-11-16
Mark Lavi (mlavi sgi com) (1 replies)
Does the CVE-2010-3864 vulnerability for OpenSSL:
http://marc.info/?l=3Dopenssl-users&m=3D128992473131301&w=3D2
...have any bearing on OpenSSH?

It seems to affect TLS session caching, so I doubt it has anything to do
with OpenSSH, however I just wanted to ask to be sure!

Thank you,

Mark Lavi || S

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Open SSH and FIPS 140-2 2010-11-10
Hrolenok, Paul (phrolenok intelligent net) (1 replies)
I have an application where I have to implement SFTP file transfers with FIPS 140-2 certified encryption.
I've been trying to find out if I can use Open SSH for this or if I have to buy a commercial solution.
Essentially I have two questions.

1) Can I compile Open SSH from source using the Open

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Re: Open SSH and FIPS 140-2 2010-11-10
AMuse (amuse foofus com) (1 replies)
Re: Open SSH and FIPS 140-2 2010-11-10
IBug_1 (ibug_1 comcast net)
Re: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-08
Jon Price (jonelwoodprice gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi Ilya,

Did your original question (pasted here) get answered?

>>>>>>>. Is there any existing ssh client for *nix with http proxy feature?
>>>>>>> Maybe someone patched the ssh program from OpenSSH to add it?

Jon

On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 12:02 AM, Jon Price <jonelwoodprice (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
>

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Re[2]: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-09
Ilya Basin (basinilya gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Re[2]: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-09
Saif El Sherei (SSherei npcegypt com)
Re: Re[2]: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-06
Bryan Harris (brywilharris gmail com)
I bet you have a setting problem.

Firefox doesn't tunnel DNS over socks by default.  Go to
"about:config" in firefox and search for
"network.proxy.socks_remote_dns", and set this to "true".

Then, it should just work.  An applet shouldn't know it's tunneled.
Bryan

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How to specify the cipher when generating key using ssh-keygen 2010-11-05
Di Lin (di lin ericsson com)


Hi,
Please help on this issue.
I have found that there is no way to specify the cipher for Openssh cmd 'ssh-keygen'.
And after my system upgrade ,the generated private key is ciphered with AES-128-CBC and this cause a lot of applications failed to analyse this key.

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Re: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-03
Gustavo Castro (gcastrop gmail com) (1 replies)
Ilya:

2010/11/2 Ilya Basin <basinilya (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]>
>
> Hi. Is there any existing ssh client for *nix with http proxy feature?
> Maybe someone patched the ssh program from OpenSSH to add it?
> I'm pretty sure it's possible.

  What about stunnel? http://www.stunnel.org/

--
Saludos,
     Gustavo

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Re[2]: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-03
Ilya Basin (basinilya gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-03
Darren Tucker (dtucker zip com au)
Re[2]: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-02
Ilya Basin (basinilya gmail com)
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html><head><title></title>
<META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css">
<style type="text/css"><!--
body {
margin: 5px 5px 5px 5px;
background-color: #f

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I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-02
Ilya Basin (basinilya gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi. Is there any existing ssh client for *nix with http proxy feature?
Maybe someone patched the ssh program from OpenSSH to add it?
I'm pretty sure it's possible.

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Re: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks 2010-11-03
ADFHAU (openssh bachelorguy com)
Problem using Plink remote commands 2010-10-29
longordercook triad rr com (2 replies)
I'm not sure this is the right place for this, but there doesn't seem to be a place to get help with Plink specifically.

I'm trying to write a batch file that will use Plink to tunnel to Server 1 via ssh, then use Plink's remote command function to tunnel from Server 1 to Server 2. Here's the code

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Re: Problem using Plink remote commands 2010-10-31
Saif El Sherei (SSherei npcegypt com)
Re: Problem using Plink remote commands 2010-10-31
Adrian J Milanoski (amilanoski gmail com)
Re: Multi Hopping by sshserver proxy with different keys 2010-10-12
Nicolas Ferragu (nicolas ferragu laposte fr)
Hi fnx,
You're right but I'd like to have it without changing any habits for the
users.
In a way, I'd like to have the host field and the command field
exchanged - or having a remote command proxy option.
I think I'll have to change putty's code for that. Why not.
Best regards.

-------- Message ori

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Re: Multi Hopping by sshserver proxy with different keys 2010-09-27
Nicolas Ferragu (nicolas ferragu laposte fr) (1 replies)
Richard,

Yes of course I could use remote command field but as I said before I
don't want to do a command like "ssh bastion ssh target" since I'd like
to use Putty as if I where connecting directly my target - ie I'd like
to use the bastion in a proxy way. In another words, I don't want
anything bu

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Re: Re : x forwarding over SSH 2010-09-25
Han (keepsimple gmail com)
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 9:42 AM, Pierre Jaury <pierre (at) jaury (dot) eu [email concealed]> wrote:
> Isn't there any buggy process attached to sshd when FireFox dies ?

It seems there are 4 processes running on the remote host when I
started firefox via ssh -X :

han 1939 1895 0 20:28 ? 00:00:00 sshd: han@notty

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