OpenSSH is a BSD/Linux implementation of SSH1 and SSH2 for encrypted terminal connections, tunneling and file transfers.It includes the sshd server, scp and sftp, and various utility tools such as ssh-add, ssh-agent, ssh-keysign, ssh-keyscan, ssh-keygen, and the sftp-server.
minor feature: This release is motivated primarily by the above deprecation andSecurity.New features.Ssh(1): allow the ssh_config(5) CanonicalizePermittedCNAMEs.Directive to accept a "none" argument to specify the defaultBehaviour.Scp(1): when using the SFTP protocol, continue transferring files.After a transfer error occurs, better matching original scp/rcpBehaviour.Ssh(1): a number of memory leaks in multiplexing.Ssh-keygen(1): avoid crash when using the -Y find-principals.Command.A number of documentation and manual improvements, includingbz#3340, PR#139, PR#215, PR#241, PR#257.Portability.Ssh-agent(1): on FreeBSD, use procctl to disable ptrace(2).Ssh(1)/sshd(8): some to the pselect(2) replacement.Compatibility code. bz#3345Checksums:SHA1 (openssh-8.8.tar.gz) = 732947082a8998047e839cc0b4c066bf0a7e1a5b.SHA256 (openssh-8.8.tar.gz) = AngyrPSQH255hnzU1l7y+LlVAUNcGWtuYQIFEl22nRo=.SHA1 (openssh-8.8p1.tar.gz) = 1eb964897a4372f6fb96c7effeb509ec71c379c9.SHA256 (openssh-8.8p1.tar.gz) = RZCJDqm7ms5Pca4zF4WjpYIyMkNRYZYO1fyGWI8zH+k=.Please note that the SHA256 signatures are base64 encoded and not.Hexadecimal (which is the default for most checksum tools). The PGPKey used to sign the releases is available from the mirror sites:Https://cdn.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/OpenSSH/RELEASE_KEY.ascPlease note that the OpenPGP key used to sign releases has been.Rotated for this release. The new key has been signed by the previousKey to provide continuity.Reporting :Please read https://www.openssh.com/report.htmlSecurity should be reported directly to [email protected]