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Emperor of Florida wrote:
| On my router I run sshd just in case I need to connect to my computers
| when I am away from home (this computer basically does NAT and firewalls
| everything behind it). I moved sshd to a different port than the
| standard 22 just so most port scanners won't run across it -- unless
| they are scanning every single port. In the case that someone scans
| every port and sees this one open... I figure they might telnet to it to
| see what it might be.
| Currently when you telnet to it you will see:
| Escape character is '^]'.
| SSH-1.99-OpenSSH_3.6.1p1 YbrickRd
| I was able to get the OS type off (which is why it reads YbrickRd) but I
| would prefer that nothing at all shows up. Or, at the very least, that I
| can change the message so it won't announce that is it ssh with its
| version. I know there must be a way to do this but I can't seem to find
| it in the config file or the man pages. When I searched on the web I
| didn't find anything either.
| Does anyone have a clue on how to make sshd shutup?
| The moon is a planet just like the Earth, only it is even deader.
Shut it down, that's the only way. The announcement of version is
required by the protocol, that's why it's doing it. Both sides, the
client and server identify their communication version.
Jeremy Faulkner http://www.gldis.ca
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