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Subject: Re: ssh2 bypasses host.allow in /etc/login.conf?
From: Dmitry Pryanishnikov (dmitrydigital.dp.ua)
Date: Mon Jul 24 2000 - 08:12:06 CDT


On Sun, 23 Jul 2000, Mike Hoskins wrote:
> On Sun, 23 Jul 2000, Dmitry Pryanishnikov wrote:
> > Maybe I've missed something, but I mean NOT a file host.allow, but the
> > BSD-native login class restrictions written in /etc/login.conf, which
> > checked with auth_hostok() (or login_getclass()/login_getcapstr() as
> > in sshd.c from ssh1). Of course, make WITH_TCPWRAP=yes doesn't help!
> So... are these methods also in ssh2's .c file? Just curious... As Paul

 I haven't found them there ;(

> 2. Maybe this is just a case of getting bitten by this fact. Have you
> tried OpenSSH? A much better solution, IMCO.

 Sorry, I don't have sufficient time now, maybe later I'll try..

Sincerely, Dmitry

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