heydrick writes "The OpenSSH project is five years old. Project member Damien Miller
writes, 'Five years ago, in late September 1999, the OpenSSH project was started. It began with an audit, cleanup and update of the last free version of Tatu Ylonen's legacy ssh-1.2.12 code. The project quickly gathered
pace, attracting a portability effort and, in early 2000, an independent
implementation of version 2 of the SSH protocol. Since then, OpenSSH
has led in the implementation of proactive security techniques such as
privilege separation & auto-reexecution.' Yaa for OpenSSH."
I have never seen anything fill up a vacuum so fast and still suck.
-- Rob Pike, on X.