Note that this is not secure against an active attack where a trojan
copy of MindTerm, or a fake version of chiark's public key, is
introduced. However, it will defend against passive
password-sniffing. If you need protection from active attacks, carry
to your trusted remote terminal a trusted copy of an SSH client with a
trusted copy of chiark's public key.
This is of course available only to authorised users of
chiark. If you do not know that you are authorised then you are
(If the applet does not appear just above then you probably have Java
disabled in your browser.)
MindTerm is Copyright
Mindbright technology and
is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence; a copy
of the licence is included in the source distribution available above.
If you wish to install MindTerm on your own website I suggest you
as more documentation and the latest versions are available there.
However, as required by the GPL, the source
code is available here.
Ian Jackson email@example.com.