Re: sshd port config and security
> Yep. Ssh does. But telnet doesn't. And it *does* look a bit suspicious if
> your firewall administrator tries to encourage telnet and block ssh...
Personally, I think this is more a case of the administrator just wanting
to open "standard" services... and ssh isn't considered "standard". Most
of the places I've worked have just opened http, telnet and ftp to the
outside world... and no employee wants to ask for ssh, because then they'd
have to explain what they were using ssh for on company computers. ;-)
Kenneth J. Pronovici <email@example.com>
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