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Re: ssh and md5.



Sure.. I'd like to take a look at it.  I managed to incorporate that
crypt_md5() function into sshd, and it works fine now.  If we can just get
xdm to work, I'll be set..  BTW, just how much harder is it to crack an
md5 password versus a DES password?  

Dave  

> 
> Way back to redhat 3.0.3 I built a libcrypt rpm for use with the shadow
> aware programs. It had a function called pw_encrypt which was smart enough
> to guess MD5 passwords versus standrad ones. If you'd like this, I will
> try to bring it back to life.
> 
> 		Cristian Gafton
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