I don't pretend to be a cryptography expert...   I do know that the
OpenSSH project uses the cryptography routines from the OpenSSL project
to do their encryption.

So, based on that, I'd say the encryption is about the same :)

On Thu, 12 Dec 2002, Randy Snow wrote:
> Doesn't SSH have stronger encryption than SSL?  Ah just jumping in, was
> curious. :)

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