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From: Uwe Boigs (uboigssofia-gmbh.de)
Date: Wed Jun 05 2002 - 08:29:50 CDT
Peter van den Heuvel wrote:
> Otherwise the question was not for an alternative but just what
> harm could be in the situation described.
> Like it or not, telnet can be a requirement. I've got users from
> locations where ANY form of encrypted network trafic is not
> allowed, just because the company want's to be able to read
> what's on their net. We might disagree with their point of view,
> but over the years I've learnt not to debate multinational
> corporate IT regulations; the human lifespan does simply not
> accomodate for such endeavours.
> And since I'm not too sure of an _answer_ myself, anybody smarter
> out there?
of course you're right.
I was just not thinking about that possibility, my fault, but just
in case he doesn't desperately need telnet, he might switch to ssh.
It was just a suggestion and not a way to solve his telnet problem.
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