making telnet secure
I have telnet server implemented on the server. Now i want the ssh
client to connect to this modified telnet server by adding
encryption/decryption functions in it.
Can I do this easily by just putting the appropriate encrypt/decrypt
functions , session key establishment code from ssh server to telnet
Tunelling is one solution , i can think of . Is there any other easy
alternative for this apart from changing the telnet server code.
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