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    BI.O/TOL Switches to OpenSSH
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Saturday, October 14, 2000

    Submitter Open Lab has switched from the commercial version of SSH (Secure SHell) to OpenSSH, an Open-Source version.

    SSH is the only way to access shell accounts on our servers, since it provides encrypted authentication (Telnet and non-anonymous FTP are disabled).

    If you have been using SSH to log in to our servers, you may get a notification that the key is invalid/illegal. You simply need to remove the key from your system (SSH will tell you where it is) and try again. You do not need to change your local version of SSH.


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