SSH/SSL Code Bloat

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Eric, Feb 12, 2004.

  1. Eric

    Eric Guest

    When using open source SSH, you must also use open source SSL -- what is
    that 600kb of memory?

    Mocana (www.mocana.com) has an SSH solution that is 70kb in size, can run
    with SSL or by itself. It's fast, reusable, scalable and though it costs
    more to buy up front, it is a lot cheaper to use across multiple
    products/multiple projects than open source (because it is reusable, an new
    engineering effort is not required for EACH new product - that saves you
    engineering dollars and time....).

    Mocana SSH and SSL (50kb) can be used on any OS, and any processor -
    available in both client and server.
     
    Eric, Feb 12, 2004
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