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From Andrew Cagney <cag...@fixmo.com>
Subject Re: SSHD SSH RFC Compliance
Date Thu, 16 May 2013 16:31:54 GMT
Yes, I noticed how the SSH code likes to insist on Bouncy Castle; any
work on that would be appreciated.

In a similar vein, I've got my prototype for SSHD-211 (RFC compliant
mechanism for adding custom services) to the point where it "works for
me". Code is at
https://github.com/cagney/mina-sshd-service/commits/master .  If
someone could look at SSHD-214, SSHD-215, SSHD-218, SSHD-220, and
SSHD-221 (patches included); I can see about extracting patches for
SSHD-222 and SSHD-223.

On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 4:46 PM, Guillaume Nodet <gnodet@apache.org> wrote:
> I don't think there are any plans to implement those, but I don't see why
> those would not fit well into SSHD, so you're more than welcomed to work on
> these RFCs.
> 2013/5/15 Jeffrey Hawkins <rtswguru@hotmail.com>
>> Is there a roadmap to support a broader technical compliance to the SSH
>> RFCs.  In the nearer term, I am interested in additional Transport Layer
>> Key Exchange
>> Algorithms (RFC4523, RFC4419, RFC4432) and  Transport Layer Integrity
>> Checking Algorithms (RFC6668).  Longer term I/we are interested in support
>> of Suite B
>> Cryptography (RFC6239). The Support of these would make MINA SSHD viable
>> for Application environments requiring stronger cryptography SSH.  If no
>> plans, then I/we may be able to contribute effort towards adding this
>> functionality via patches, assuming the MINA Project feels this is
>> acceptable.
>> Thanks,Jeff

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