Thomas Vander Stichele
thomas at apestaart.org
Fri Sep 5 22:31:09 UTC 2003
> One thing that might help there is if OpenSSH had a null cipher like
> commercial SSH.com SSH does. You'd still get secure authentication (using
> public key exchange), but then use no encryption for the data transfer once
> connected. There are patches floating around for OpenSSH for this,
> though they're not very current (or weren't last time I looked)....
Oh, my number one ssh pet peeve. What exactly is technically speaking
the problem with getting this in ? I never could figure out why this
wasn't just an option from the start. It's such a waste of CPU to rsync
30 GB over ssh on a local network.
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