The OpenBSD project is requesting help to surpass its financial difficulties. As you probably know, the development team of OpenBSD is also in charge of the development of OpenSSH. Could these economic problems put in danger the continuity of OpenSSH, an essential tool for Sysadmins like you? While all this happens, the big companies (Cisco, IBM, RedHat, etc etc etc) that take advantage of the work done in OpenSSH for free are in silence. And what about you? What will you do without OpenSSH?