Is the university going to upgrade their CRT license to a SecureCRT
license? I've found SecureCRT to be one of the more robust clients
available. ssh.com has a fairly good client that is free for
university use, which might fit the budget a little better...
Mindterm <http://www.mindbright.se/mindterm/> is also free, and written in
Java (take that as you will).
On Wed, 28 Mar 2001, Roger Lawson wrote:
> At 9:08 AM -0500 3/28/01, Ralph Stuart, University of Vermont wrote:
> >>Security level 4 hosts will be open to telnet. However, among our
> >>goals is to gradually move all level 4 systems to level 3, which will
> >>support encrypted services only. Since many clients don't currently
> >>have encrypted telnet, IMAP, POP, etc. support, that may take some
> >Are there any that do? Can the servers handle it?
> Yes, Zoo supports encrypted protocols today. However, the client
> must have the corresponding software. This is an area where my
> knowledge is limited. Perhaps, someone (Mike A? Frank?) can go into
> further detail. The related software and the popular platforms for
> which they are available will be described on the security Web site
> eventually (and well before we have phased out unencrypted access
> from the Internet).
> >I understand the need and goal; I'm curious about practicality and schedule.
> I share your concerns. Updating thousands of desktops with the
> encryption-capable client software will surely take some time.
> Roger Lawson