If you’re familiar with Linux, you’ve probably heard of OpenSSH, a popular tool for connecting to Linux servers. Even if you’re more entrenched in the Microsoft domain, you may have heard Microsoft will be supporting OpenSSH. This month on 24×7 IT Connection we look at a new vulnerability in OpenSSH.
OpenSSH is regarded as the most widely used SSH library, and would rival for top adopted open source products with significant numbers of enterprise vendors wrapping it into their network and security products. It wasn’t that long ago that we saw the release of CVE-2014-0160 which is more well known as the Heartbleed vulnerability or the OpenSSL product.