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The network was never secure. OpenSSH provides strong authentication, protected network connections, support for wrapping legacy protocols, and improved remote X windows security. The price of this protection is careful consideration of configuration details and the issues with key handling. Being aware of the difficulties should provide a successful integration of OpenSSH into the enterprise.

Consider disabling unsafe network services such as telnetd, ftpd, rlogind, and rshd after the deployment of OpenSSH.

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