Jeremy Portzer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote on 20/09/2007 02:00:21 PM:

> Are you sure this is a standard option?  I've tried this in the past and 

> never been able to make it work, and on my current system it just gives:
> $ ssh -c none localhost
> No valid ciphers for protocol version 2 given, using defaults.
> $ ssh -V
> OpenSSH_4.3p2 Debian-8ubuntu1, OpenSSL 0.9.8c 05 Sep 2006
> Maybe the null cipher is available if you use SSH protocol version 1, 
> but I don't have any servers that support ssh v1 anymore.

I should've done more investigations; openssh doesn't allow the cipher 
"none" (anymore), the proprietary ssh has the option.
There are patches to enable cipher none in openssh if its really needed.


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