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From Vinod Kumar Badhavat <>
Subject Re: SSH Implementation - IDEA and seeking Suggestions.
Date Sat, 11 Apr 2009 20:42:49 GMT
Hi Guillaume Nodet

Thank you for your information. I applied to Apache as a part of Google
Summer of Code(GSoC), so I think, I should stick to the proposal I made in
the application and implement SSH as a part of commons-net. I would like to
use SSHD's key and algorithm negotiation. I'm planning to use java
cryptography directly. If this is not so useful, then i may turn to SSHD's

can i use mina's mailing list to discuss about SSH Implementation?

--- Vinod.

On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 8:47 PM, Guillaume Nodet <> wrote:

> In case you haven't followed the earlier discussion, you may want to
> have a look at the Apache SSHD project, which implements an SSH server
> and some parts of the client.  The client is far from complete, so it
> may be a good idea to join our forces:
> Currently, the client api is asynchronous, but it would make sense to
> add a synchronous api for ease of use.
> In all cases, feel free to reuse any code from this project, as most
> of the crypto stuff / kex negociation and other algorithms have
> already been implemented, as there's really no need to duplicate the
> work.
> 2009/4/8 Vinod Kumar Badhavat <>:
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> Cheers,
> Guillaume Nodet
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