Re: Can't upgrade OpenSSH

From: Robert (me_at_privacy.net)
Date: 03/13/04


Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 21:28:52 +0100

Puff Addison <puff@theaddisons.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> Do you really think it is good idea to use a shared library(especially
> SSL) in a secure tool like SSH?
Tecnically yes if you veryfy your SSL tarball with gpg. Always do that!
Load you openSSL tar.gz file and the key. then verify that key with gpg!
There was a thread 4 months and one day ago in comp.security.ssh.

Topic:
OT: Pgp trusted keys for OpenSSH download, help with usage please

It must be in one of the archives.

Robert

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