Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Re:dsniff 2.3 against SRP: anyone tested?  *Tuesday December 19, 2000 @02:33PM  1
Re:This isn't as bad as it looks... it's worse  *Tuesday December 19, 2000 @02:24PM  1
Re:Kurt up to his usual tactics  *Tuesday December 19, 2000 @02:18PM  1
Re:ssh gives a warning if server key changes  *Tuesday December 19, 2000 @02:11PM  1
Re:Encrypted key exchange  *Tuesday December 19, 2000 @01:53PM  1
SRP/Strong Password Protocols  *Tuesday December 19, 2000 @01:46PM  1
   attached to Attacks Against SSH 1 and SSL
Re:SRP and patents  *Friday February 25, 2000 @08:06AM  1
Re:Value added for SRP?  *Friday February 25, 2000 @08:02AM  1
Re:SSH is somewhat secure against MTM  *Friday February 25, 2000 @07:59AM  1
Re:Who says SRP is not patented?  *Friday February 25, 2000 @07:53AM  1
Re:Keys tied to computers? Indivviduals? Try both!  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @08:48PM  1
Re:Once again, name a major hack due to SSH flaws  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @08:42PM  1
Re:SRP is the secure one - cryptographic reasons  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @05:32PM  1
Points to consider  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @05:19PM  1
Re:SSH vs SRP  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @03:24PM  1
Re:Seems vulnerable to spoof atack  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @03:20PM  1
Re:Value added for SRP?  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @03:18PM  3
Re:Comparing Apples to Oranges  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @03:13PM  1
Re:SSH - the only secure solution... for now  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @03:12PM  1
Re:Apples and oranges  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @03:07PM  1
Re:Does it offer session encryption too?  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @02:31PM  1
Re:SSH has been banged on for years  *Thursday February 24, 2000 @02:30PM  1
   attached to SSH v. SRP