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OpenSSH 5.4 Released

March 10th, 2010 03:40 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

HipToday writes “As posted on the OpenBSD Journal, OpenSSH 5.4 has been released: ‘Some highlights of this release are the disabling of protocol 1 by default, certificate authentication, a new “netcat mode,” many changes on the sftp front (both client and server) and a collection of assorted bugfixes. The new release can already be found on a large number of mirrors and of course on www.openssh.com.”"

Source: OpenSSH 5.4 Released

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