On July 23, 2004 07:10 pm, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> I don't recommend anyone actually do this, because
>  a) it serves no purpose (it certainly doesn't make you any more
>     secure, or even discourage any attackers)
>  b) The version string is a part of the protocol itself, required by
>     the protocol specification
>  c) you will be making life harder for auditors, system
>     administrators, and so
> If you're really determined, though, the strings are defined in
> /usr/src/crypto/openssh/version.h

Thank you so much for the information!  I didn't realize it was part of the 
protocol.  It was something I had heard about but didn't understand.  Thank 
you again for your help!
Aaron Dalton
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