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You can obtain source from http://www.openssh.org
Try Linut's Lair for many hard to find SCO binaries.
J.P. Radley has openssh binaries available at jpr.com
There is a LOT of stuff at ftp://ftp.celestial.com/pub/.
Roberto Zini has provided this link for binaries: ftp://drake.strhold.it/sco_security
However, keep in mind that if you are really concerned about security, you'd want to compile this yourself, and of course even then you need to be sure of the source.
I've also placed Roberto's binaries at:
These files should be untarred to /usr/local/ssh. That is, assuming the tarball is in /tmp:
mkdir -p /usr/local/ssh
tar xvf /tmp/ssh_*
Then add /usr/local/ssh/man to your MANPATH in /etc/default/man and /usr/local/ssh/bin to your PATH.
Caldera now has compiled binaries in "custom" format at ftp://stage.sco.com/pub/security/openserver/CSSA-2002-SCO.10/
Note on "scp": if you see "scp not found" it is the OTHER end that doesn't have scp. Just because they have sshd doesn't necesarily mean scp will work.
Note that you need libraries from the Skunkware Glib set for these to work. Specifically you will get an error referring to /usr/local/lib/libz.so.1 if you have not installed Glib.
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