> Excuse a somewhat newbie question - anyhow..........
> I'm using F-secure SSH and I was wondering - how can I tell my
> forwardings really are "secured"?
> I mean, looking into my ISP's server with eg the ps, top, w and
> other commands - at first I saw some sshd1 and stuff related to ssh.
> But now, I do not see any evidence that my sessions are "ssh-secured"
> - only that I'm utilizing tcsh.
should see a line that looks something like this this:
novodny.22 potempkin.1021 32120 0 8760 0
^^- (might instead be ssh)
(where novodny is the server, and potempkin is my machine)
This shows that I'm connected to the ssh port (#22), and thus secured.
If you instead saw something like:
trotsky.login potempkin.2044 8576 0 9112 0
that would mean you were not secured in any way.
Well, I've not really used F-Secure SSH for Windows (which it soundsQuote:> The ssh-config states that fallback is enabled - does this
> imply that - if my F-Secure SSH and the ISP's SSH-prog do not
> work together - my forwardings are as open as without ssh, even
> though my ssh-prog sais "Compression" and "3DES"?
like you're using) that much, but ssh for for unix tells you that it's
reverting to an insecure connection.
netstat -a is a good bet...Quote:> With access to the remote UNIX-server - what commands, files
> and such can give me a better picture of what's going on?
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