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<h1><tt>lsh</tt> - a GNU implementation of the Secure Shell protocols</h1>
<tt>lsh</tt> is a free implementation (in the <a
href="">GNU</a> sense) of the <tt>ssh</tt> version
2 protocol, currently being standardised by the IETF SECSH working
This page should help you find any <tt>lsh</tt> related resources you need.
The <tt>lsh</tt> source distribution comes with a texinfo manual. You
can also <a href="lsh.html">read the manual online</a>. If you're
interested in hacking <tt>lsh</lsh>, make sure to read the
<tt>README</tt> and <tt>doc/HACKING</tt> files in the distribution.
The CVS server for <tt>lsh</tt> is located at <a
href=""><tt></tt></a>. Both
anonymous pserver access (<tt>cvs -d co lsh</tt>) and a <a
There's also an <a
list</a> you might want to subscribe to.
<tt>lsh</tt> uses linux-style version numbers, i.e. 1.2.x, 1.4.x etc are
intended to be stable, while 1.1.x, 1.3.x, 1.5.x etc are development
versions. <p>
<tt>lsh</tt> releases are signed using <a href="">GNU
Privacy Guard</a>, with
<a href="">
this public key</a> (HTTP from Sweden, or
<a href="">
FTP from Sweden</a>)<p>
You can get the latest lsh releases from
<li> <a href=""></a>
<li> <a href=""></a>
There are also some mirror sites:
<li> Australia: <a href="\
s/ssh/lsh/">FTP</a> and <a href="\
(nightly at 0230 local time)
<li> Greece: <a href="">FTP</a>
(updated daily)
<li> Hungary: <a href="">FTP</a>
(nightly at 0320 local time)
<li> Netherlands: <a href="">
<h1>Related links</h1>
<dt> <a href="">MacSSH</a>
<dd> A Mac port of <tt>lsh</tt> by Jean Pierre Stierlin.
<dt> Other free <tt>ssh</tt> programs
<li> <a href="">OpenSSH</a>,
<li> <a href="">ossh</a>,
<li> <a href="">FreSSH</a>,
<li> <a href="">MacSSH</a>.
<li> <a
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<dt><a href=""><tt>SSH</tt> Communications
<dd>The company making the original (non-free) <tt>ssh</tt> program.
<dt> <a href="">GNU Privacy Guard</a>
<dd> a free PGP replacement implementing the IETF's
<a href="">
OpenPGP</a> specification.
<dt> <a href="">Linux FreeS/WAN</a>
<dd> A project implementing the IETF's
<a href="">IPSEC
</a> end-to-end network level encryption for Linux.
<dt> <a href="">OpenBSD</a>
<dd>The operating system,
which ships with IPSEC and OpenSSH as standard since version 2.6.
<dt> <a href="">The International Linux Kernel
<dd>Adds kernel level support for encryption - e.g. for
encrypted loopback filesystems.
<dt> <a href="">
<dd> The Kerberos FAQ</a>.
<dt> <a href="">The eBones Kerberos distribution<\
<dd> Other Kerberos info at KTH in Sweden.
<dt> <a href="">Heimdal</a>
<dd> A free implementation of Kerberos 5, also from KTH.
<dt> <a href="">START_TLS</a>
<dd> A free <tt>telnet</tt> implementation using the IETF's
<a href="">Transport
Layer Security</a> (TLS) and X.509 certificates for authentication and
<dt> <a href="">SRP</a>
<dd> The Secure Remote
Password protocol, offers a simpler alternative to Kerberos.
<dt> <a href="">C-Kermit</a>
<dd> Supports Kerberos, SRP and TLS for authentication and encryption.
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