At 5:42p -0400 on 19 May 2007, Arvee Klesk wrote:
Hi list. When a password is send (via a POP3 session without SSL,
establishing a secure connection) it can be retrieved by the ISP, or
somebody ahead, right. AFAIK, making an SSH session to a server and
forwarding, for instance, port 110 (POP3) to the SSH session, or
port / application, passwords and / or traffic cannot be retrieved
by proxy servers or sniffers.
So my question is what happens in the SSH server then, the traffic
can be analyzed on that side? Really I don't know what happens when
traffic reach the SSH server and keep their way.
Sounds like your asking "How does ssh work?" I'm not sure at what
level you're asking this question, but let me point you to a couple
of websites and perhaps you can figure out what you need, or come
back with a more direct question.
You might also Google for the keywords "trusting trust" and "Ken
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