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Re: hijacked SSH sessions
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Mike Perry @ 2006/10/16 13:25:
> Thus spake Taka Khumbartha (scarreigns@xxxxxxxxx):
>> today i have had several attempted "man in the middle" attacks on my
>> SSH sessions. i am not sure which exit node(s) i was using, but the
>> MD5 hash of the fingerprint of the spoofed host key is:
>> and it does not matter which host i connect to, the MD5 hash
>> presented it always the same.
> Interesting. Could be another upstream chinese ISP, or DNS poisoning
> again. Were you using SOCKS4A/SOCKS5 or did you connect direct to an
i was using socks4 protocol within my ssh application, but directly passed an IP address to Tor.
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