1995-07-30 - Re: Encrypted Telnet

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From: “Ed Carp [khijol SysAdmin]” <erc@khijol.intele.net>
To: Flame Remailer <remailer@flame.alias.net>
Message Hash: a6693022b068abb537184ce27aebea770e53ae963c452ea3c6aed108da319346
Message ID: <Pine.3.89.9507300038.B388-0100000@khijol>
Reply To: <199507300601.IAA24503@utopia.hacktic.nl>
UTC Datetime: 1995-07-30 07:13:50 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 30 Jul 95 00:13:50 PDT

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From: "Ed Carp [khijol SysAdmin]" <erc@khijol.intele.net>
Date: Sun, 30 Jul 95 00:13:50 PDT
To: Flame Remailer <remailer@flame.alias.net>
Subject: Re: Encrypted Telnet
In-Reply-To: <199507300601.IAA24503@utopia.hacktic.nl>
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9507300038.B388-0100000@khijol>
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On Sun, 30 Jul 1995, Flame Remailer wrote:

> Announcing CryptoTCP beta version 0.9
> CTCP is a public domain software package to do encrypted TCP sessions on
> unix systems.  It features Diffie-Hellman key exchange with triple-DES
> encryption.  This initial release is to be considered a beta version.
> Bug reports or comments on security issues are invited.
> Features:
>  - May be installed by any user on the system and does not require root
>    privileges.
>  - Server can protect all TCP-based services (mail, news, web, etc.)
>  - Includes a secure telnet client.
>  - A random key is chosen for each session, so sessions can not be
>    decrypted later or replayed.
>  - Source code is available and in the public domain.

Oh, thanks a lot - tell us everything except where to get it...
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