OpenSSH 7.1 Fixes Root Access Authentication Issue, Adds Better Support for WinSCP

OpenSSH 7.1 is a bugfix release that fixes a security flow in sshd (the SSH daemon), which cloud allow access to the root account using a password while preventing other types of authentication. Moreover, compatibility workarounds for FuTTY have been added to ssh and sshd, the compatibility workarounds for WinSCP for ssh and sshd have been refined, and a number of memory blunders have been fixed in ssh and ssh-keygen components.

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