Secure communication with Kerberized OpenSSH on AIX Version 5.3 using Windows Kerberos service

Your data is safe with SSH and IBM Network Authentication Services on Version AIX 5.3

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Sandeep Patil and Manish Katiyar

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: June 13, 2006

Discover how you can configure the Kerberized Open Secure Shell (OpenSSH) on AIX® Version 5.3 machines that have Microsoft® Active Directory Server to act as the Key Distribution Center (KDC). OpenSSH encrypts traffic, including passwords, to eliminate eavesdropping, taking over your connection, or peeking into your data. If you work in a hybrid environment with multi-vendor solutions on AIX Version 5.3 systems, then you'll find this article extremely useful.

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