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Comment: dsniff 2.3 against SRP: anyone tested? (Score 2) 170

by neurokhan (#552605) Attached to: Attacks Against SSH 1 and SSL
Has anyone tested dsniff 2.3 against the Stanford SRP? SRP has several different aspects from SSH, and is advocated by many as a more secure alternative to SSH. It wraps legacy applications like telnet and ftp around an encrypted package. Also, I would be curious from anyone who uses SRP to see if dsniff can be modified to exploit SRP. Thanks!

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