SSH Protocol Support

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SSH Protocol Support

Hi there,

I learnt about a case where SSH-1.99 is supported by SSH service, both SSH 1.5 and 2.0 is special.

Btw, I want to know what kind of authentication mechanism are supported by SSH, here is what I thought of:
  1. Public/ Private Key Pair
  2. Password Authentication

Last edited by rbatte1; 11-14-2016 at 11:18 AM.. Reason: Converted to formatted number-list
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