SSL wrapping or SSH tunnelling? Which is more secure?

Pete French pete at
Tue Aug 20 12:49:58 BST 2002

> If you're luck enough to be using the ssh 2 protocol (and you really
> should be, these days!), then there's a flag you can use to ask the
> server to do nothing for you:
> % ssh host -L 1110:localhost:110 -N

Now I never got that to behave properly, but then that was using a much
older version of ssh. Might have another try, thanks.


PS: is there much to choose between using DSA and RSA for ssh2 ? I've
been using DSA, but I am not entirely aware of the pro's and con's of
the two schemes.

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