Re: Commercial SSH server

From: John A. Sullivan III (
Date: 07/22/03

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    To: Sheldon Lee-Wen <>
    Date: 22 Jul 2003 17:18:31 -0400

    What about F-Secure ( I'm not sure but they may
    have what you are looking for - John

    On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 14:01, Sheldon Lee-Wen wrote:
    > Hello,
    > Is the only provider of a commercial ssh/sftp solution? Or are there
    > other commercial providers as well? To fit my projects requirements I need a
    > commercial ssh implementation that officially supports RedHat Enterprise
    > Linux ES. supports linux, but does not officially support RH ES, nor
    > will they say they do even though it's basically rebranded redhat 7.2
    > Thanks,
    > Sheldon.

    John A. Sullivan III
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    Nexus Management
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