Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 13348
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2018/12/12 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2004/4/23 [Computer/SW/Security] UID:13348 Activity:nil
4/23    Any good Free SSH server for WinXP?
           \_ the only servers i'm aware of for windows are
              openssh under cygwin, and's windows ssh server (which
              might have a non-comm version, but i doubt it).
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NEWS - 13 April 2004 - ALL ITEMS ARE NEW The new installer source that actually works with NSIS 20 Final and a new binary installer should be out by the end of the week. After this, I expect to make more of the script modular - for adding new features. I have now moved the bulk of this site to SourceForge, and development is now resuming. With that said, I am moving the installer script to a more modular design to help add those Win9x features that were developed so long ago. The source will be posted here in a few days, once I mop up the website migration. If you want to license the script under other terms, contact me directly. Features Windows NT Service Support Full install about 5mb, installer under 3mb Cygwin bloat has increased the size Windows Command Prompt support for SSH Terminal SCP/SFTP server support Command-line clients included Sections General Information - About SSH and the Windows package, security notes. Installer Information - Detail on how the installer works, including information on how to install manually. Support Information - How to find support for the package, announcement lists, and other support information. Donations If you want to help development of OpenSSH, look at the T-Shirt and Poster the OpenBSD group sells, the profits go to the project.
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NetSec 2004 SF, USA, June 14-16 The new version of SSH Tectia introduces seamless integration with enterprise identity management and enhanced PKI compatibility reducing the total costs of managed security middleware. FIPS 140-2 Certification The encryption module used in SSH Tectia Client/Server 40 has been awarded Level 1 FIPS 140-2 certification for Windows, UNIX and Linux platforms.