SSH DSA logins on crank.
C. Scott Ananian
cscott at laptop.org
Wed May 21 16:16:16 EDT 2008
On 5/21/08, david at lang.hm <david at lang.hm> wrote:
> one reason would be that DSA is more secure then RSA. If you have a copy
> of the secret key from one end of the conversation and they are using RSA
> you can decrypt the communication, with DSA you cannot do so. There are
> several products on the market that take advantage of this fact and have
> you load your keys on a seperate box that then intercepts the
> communication to your webservers and decrypts the traffic (either inline
> or from a tap). With these products you have to configure your webservers
> to refuse DSA and only do RSA becouse with DSA they cannot decrypt the
Documentation, please? I think you've misunderstood something you read.
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