We describe mechanisms for practical session-layer security for Internet-based terminal sessions. We discuss the tradeoffs of providing security at various layers of abstractions, from the network to the session layer. We describe two new mechanisms: our encrypting, authenticating telnet and our encrypted session manager (esm).
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- June 28, 2010
Proceedings of the fifth USENIX UNIX Security Symposium: June 5-7, 1995, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (Berkeley, CA: USENIX Association, 1995).