1994-04-26 - Re: Wow, what a key!

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From: Paul Schauble <pls@crl.com>
To: perry@imsi.com
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UTC Datetime: 1994-04-26 00:04:52 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 25 Apr 94 17:04:52 PDT

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From: Paul Schauble <pls@crl.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Apr 94 17:04:52 PDT
To: perry@imsi.com
Subject: Re: Wow, what a key!
In-Reply-To: <9404252019.AA05719@snark.imsi.com>
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Which RFC, and where might I get a copy?



On Mon, 25 Apr 1994, Perry E. Metzger wrote:

> As I've mentioned previously to people, there is an actual, live,
> honest to god RFC for doing authentication and encryption of telnet
> sessions, and the 4.4 BSD release contains the actual, honest to god
> code. I would suggest looking at that before reinventing the wheel.
> All sites ought to support it -- its a big win.
> Perry