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Re: Request to use ssh crypto for another project. Is this possible?
- Subject: Re: Request to use ssh crypto for another project. Is this possible?
- From: Aris Adamantiadis <aris@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Reply-to: libssh@xxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2014 20:30:18 +0200
- To: libssh@xxxxxxxxxx
I have absolutely no idea of what you're going to do but that sounds cool. To answer your question, yes it's probably possible, everything is possible with a bit of work. Aris Le 10/04/14 04:07, Simon Jackson a écrit : > I'm going to need repeated encryption of one crypto block on the local > machine, with maybe an option to send the block as a file and have it > appear on the remote machine. All the compressed data ends up being in > the one block with some extras like the public key file and a 48 bit > count and some trailing notes. > > Also fetching from remote would be good. I mean if possible I'd add an > option to the program to ssh in and run screen -r and pass the file > both ways automatically first and on occasion. I'd like to > automatically use the keys of a current session of ssh, or one of the > standard (or auto generated for first use) keys if no session exists. > > Also as a side note ssh should show the key fingerprint and ASCII > graphics before the password request, as one "friend" impersonating > another "friend" would be possible because of the known hosts. Just > extending the password base like with a DNS intercept, not! > > > On 9 April 2014 13:42, Andreas Schneider <asn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx > <mailto:asn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote: > > On Sunday 06 April 2014 13:16:40 Simon Jackson wrote: > > The actual crypto is not stream based, but the crypto.h file > seems to > > indicate that what I want to do is possible. A simple load keys > from file > > and encode with decode and base64 encode and decode too. I don't > wish to > > make another key standard. > > > > Project URL: > https://sites.google.com/site/rubikcompression/the-standard > > Why don't you simply use ssh_channel_read and ssh_channel_write? > > > -- andreas > > -- > Andreas Schneider GPG-ID: CC014E3D > www.cryptomilk.org <http://www.cryptomilk.org> > asn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:asn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > > > > > -- > https://github.com/jackokring/miChronos open source adaptation of > eZ430-Chronos watch development kit software. And a bit of nuclear > physics https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1615413/Own%20Work/Dimensions.pdf > which is not light entertainment.
|Request to use ssh crypto for another project. Is this possible?||Simon Jackson <jackokring@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Re: Request to use ssh crypto for another project. Is this possible?||Andreas Schneider <asn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Re: Request to use ssh crypto for another project. Is this possible?||Simon Jackson <jackokring@xxxxxxxxx>|