OpenSSH cutting edge
Source: SecurityFocus - Posted by Pax Dickinson   
Cryptography Federico Biancuzzi interviews OpenSSH developer Damien Miller to discuss features included in the upcoming version 4.3, public key crypto protocols details, timing based attacks and anti-worm measures.

Could you introduce yourself?

Damien Miller: I am one of the developers of OpenSSH and OpenBSD. I have been working on OpenSSH since starting the project to port it to other platforms (initially Linux) back in 1999, but found myself working more and more on the native OpenBSD version of OpenSSH and on the OpenBSD operating system itself as time went on. I also maintain a couple of other free software projects, most notably a collection of NetFlow tools (pfflowd, flowd and softflowd).

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