SSH2 protocol for java
last updated 12-Nov-2007
jaramiko is a port of paramiko for java: a pure-java implementation of the SSH version 2 protocol, released under the MIT license. it uses only features from java 1.3 (for example, InputStream instead of ReadableByteChannel) to make it more likely to work on embedded JVMs.
so far, it can do client and server mode SSH2, all the standard ciphers (AES, Blowfish, 3DES), compression, and all the shell, command, and subsytem channels. it can't do SFTP yet, though that's in progress.
|12 Nov 2007||
group exchange kex; private key writing; bug fixes
|9 Oct 2006||
keyboard-interactive auth; compression; bug fixes
|28 Oct 2005||
crypto abstraction layer (for embedded devices); split Transport into ClientTransport/ServerTransport; various minor improvements
|1 Aug 2005||
milestone releases are being named after their bzr revision number.
$ bzr branch http://www.lag.net/jaramiko/jaramiko
feel free to email me at <firstname.lastname@example.org> with questions, comments, and advice.