There is a port of putty for S60 (Symbian, aka EPOC32) available at the
moment. If you've an Nokia E61 or alike (Nokia E90) with a qwerty keyboard
it would be pretty usable. I have tried it on a S60 device with the numeric
keypad... let's just say that took me a while.
On 08/08/07, Michael Watterson <watty at eircom.net> wrote:
>> Timothy Murphy wrote:
> > On Fri 03 Aug 2007, Paul Barry wrote:
> >> I bring putty on my usb-stick and have an ssh applet on my own https
> >> server.
> > This is probably a very ignorant question,
> > but why not just open an ssh port on the server,
> > and use putty on the remote machine?
> > Is this unsafe?
> If there is local malware on the remote PC you use putty on, there could
> be a problem, though the risk may be low.
> * keylogger is the simplest threat.
> As discussed earlier there are more complex attacks that are ver much
> less likely.
>> Now if you could boot the PC from USB stick ...
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