OpenSSH 4.4 released
4.4p includes compilable options for hardware SSL acceleratoin, experimental SELinux support, experimental Solaris process contract support.
If you're wondering what all this 4.4p stuff is about, it's pretty simple. OpenSSH is a part of the OpenBSD project, and OpenSSH is developed, first and foremost, as an OpenBSD system utility. The base system takes full advantage of the OpenBSD environment, and relies on some facilities--such as OpenBSD malloc behavior--that may not be available on other systems. Since the team wants wide adoption of what they believe to be the best and most secure sshd out there, though, they also release a portable "p" version that will compile in a generic "unix" environment and is widely tested on systems ranging from an array of Linux flavors, to OS X, to HP-UX.