I have read over and over again to use ssh as it encrypt's sessions
unlike telnet which uses plain text to send user id and password.
I have a sly linux box running at work and some of the guys are trying
to hack it, they know more about linux but I have the root password,
it's been fun and a learning experience.
One of the guys run 'yes >.reallybigfile' which nearly filled the
partition until I removed the users rights to yes and killed his
How do I install and run ssh so that when I am admining the box they
can't sniff the password?
I tried 'man ssh' but because it isn't installed it came up with
nothing. I am running Mandrake 7.0.