I've been playing around with a Woody installation, connecting to it via
with SecureCRT 3.4 for Win32. I think I've finally figured out what
types this Debian package (ssh 3.0.2p1-9) supports, but please correct
me if I'm
wrong -- http://www.openssh.org/features.html lists *only* 3DES and
AES-256 (isn't this Rijndael now?)
Also, there's an option in SecureCRT called "MAC" which I guess refers
hash: MD5, SHA1, MD5-96, and SHA1-96.
1) Are all those ciphers actually available in my SSH package?
2) The SHA1-96 hash should be better than MD5-96, correct?
3) Any reason you *wouldn't* want to use compression in SSH?
Thanks in advance,
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