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Re: Comcast intercepting encrypted packets?

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> I had a funny thing happen yesterday, I used ssh to connect to my home 
> machine from work and I got a "man-in-the-middle" attack warning. At first 
> I thought it was work intercepting packets, but I checked with IT and 
> confirmed it against an other external server that they weren't. 
> Only my machine through comcast did it. Can anyone independently confirm 
> or deny this on their own? 

Are you sure you didn't re-key your home machine (due to Debian's RNG 
issue) and forget to remove the old key from your known_hosts file 
in your office? 

       Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory 
       Member, MIT Student Information Processing Board  (SIPB) 
       URL:    PP-ASEL-IA     N1NWH 
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