On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 8:19 PM, Haroon <har...@shawwal.duckdns.org> wrote:

> I looked at my /etc/ssh directory and no modifications were made there
> since 2015, so it doesn't seem that Sierra overwrote anything.  What I
> think happened is that the defaults in the binary for ssh have changed in
> Sierra.  One way to verify that for sure would be to try logging in from a
> Yosemite VM; or is there perhaps a way to make ssh show it's build defaults?


This default changed sometime around Lion. It is more likely that you or
someone had edited /etc/ssh/ssh_config to change ForwardX11Trusted or
ForwardX11Timeout, and the Sierra upgrade overwrote it with a new default.

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