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Re: Rootshell pages hacked
On Mon, 2 Nov 1998, Alex P. Rudnev wrote: > problem, UNIX one-time passwords are real problem. Another bad problem is > _the same UNIX password for all purposes_ - I can sniff your FTP password > and use it for SSH access (for example). Very true. Then again, FTP'ing in cleartext is kinda stupid in and of itself. Why not just FTP thru an SSH tunnel? Or, if you're up for an adventure (and a not-totally-complete(TM) spec), try the secure file xfer stuff in SSH2...