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http://slashdot.org/articles/03/09/1...id=126&tid=172 In the last few hours there have been several reports of a new ssh bug, with an exploit seemingly in the wild. Oh well, http://openssh.org/ is a click away...
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    Time to upgrade SSH


    http://slashdot.org/articles/03/09/1...id=126&tid=172
    In the last few hours there have been several reports of a new ssh bug, with an exploit seemingly in the wild.


    Oh well, http://openssh.org/ is a click away

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    This is particularly bad, especially as SSHd runs on just about every linux machine in the world.

    SSH on this_site_does_not_exist is firewalled off to only a few hosts to access it, and if you cant upgrade SSHd for what ever reason, i recommend you do the same.

    Jason

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    I've read through some of the posts at http://lists.netsys.com/pipermail/fu...ead.html#10103 and don't see any reference to ssh1 or ssh2 so is it a exploit of both?
    Dan

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