This feature description is new in the Solaris Express 10/04 release.
The following enhancements to Solaris Secure Shell are available in the Solaris 10 OS:
Solaris Secure Shell is based on OpenSSH 3.5p1. The Solaris implementation also includes features and bug fixes from versions prior to OpenSSH 3.8p1.
Solaris Secure Shell now supports the use of the GSS-API for user and host authentication that uses Kerberos V.
PAM support, including password-aging support, has been improved.
The default value of X11Forwarding is yes in the /etc/ssh/sshd config file.
The ARCFOUR and AES128-CTR ciphers are now available. ARCFOUR is also known as RC4. The AES cipher is AES in counter mode.
For further enhancements, see the description for sshd Daemon and /etc/default/login.
For further information about security in the Solaris 10 OS, see the System Administration Guide: Security Services.