This is a discussion on Re: FreeBSD 6.1 OpenSSH broken - openssh ; That might have been me but it was a linux box. The problem was actually not dependent on the OS but a bug in the Intel Pro1000 microcode. There were some other people who have run into that. The archive ...
That might have been me but it was a linux box. The problem was actually
not dependent on the OS but a bug in the Intel Pro1000 microcode. There
were some other people who have run into that. The archive of that
discussion can be found here
Girish Venkatachalam wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 08, 2006 at 10:11:27AM +0530, Girish Venkatachalam wrote:
>> I know this subject is better suited to the freebsd mailing list but I send it here bcoz this mail is further to the mail I sent a couple of weeks ago about weird DH problems with FreeBSD OpenSSH.
>> It turned out that reinstalling OpenSSL solved the issue.
>> For those of you working on FreeBSD this is the solution.
>># cd /usr/ports/security/openssl
>> I will make available a cleaner fix if I get around to it.
>> I have been seeing several instances of Apache SSL not working, OpenSSH not working sometimes and various other problems with FreeBSD users.
>> Root cause is a broken OpenSSL library.
>> Please refer to my thread titled "weird DH problems" for details.
> I remember seeing long ago someone who tried to solve a "Corrupted MAC on input" error with scp. This is the culprit.
> It is a guess of course but a pretty good one.
> If that original poster is around, can u please confirm whether one of the boxes is FreeBSD?
> I have mostly seen this problem during inward xfers to FreeBSD boxes.
> Can u plz try the above solution and verify if the problem goes away?
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