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    Stian Øvrevåge wrote:
     
    Of course exists the man-in-the middle by suplanting primarily keys, and
    other possibility is exploiting any vulnerability of server and client.
    But if anyone is trying to MITM you, client alerts you that keys don't
    match to primarily ssh handshaking keys and possibly someone is MITM you.
    ..

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    On Fri, Mar 18, 2005 at 07:39:43AM -0500, Bart Silverstrim wrote: 

    You can also enable OPIE passwords. Using opie(4) in combination with
    ssh should solve some (though not all) of your problems w.r.t. sniffing
    and key logging.

    Of course, if you logged into a machine using opie, and *then* typed
    some other (non one-time) passwords from withing that session, you'd
    be still at the mercy of a local key logger or trojaned ssh client.
    So you've got know what you're doing and use common sense :)

    Cheers,
    -cpghost.

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