I'm trying to understand how OpenSSH decides what key exchange method to use. What I don't see is how to specify the method. In addition, I know every ssh server/client is required to support at least ...
If I turn on my OSX firewall, ssh is disallowed. If I turn it off, ssh can connect just fine. These are the settings from the ssh host: while I don't know what I'm doing, I figured that giving ...
I suppose that my main Linux user account password serves as my SSH password as well. Is there a way I can modify this? As it turns out, I'd like to have a REALLY secure SSH password for obvious ...
I have setup Denyhosts to run on my server, and have been using it succesfully for the last few weeks, to allow me to ssh into my server from my home dev machine. This morning, I accidentally typed ...
On this page, the explanation given is: The option PasswordAuthentication specifies whether we should use password-based authentication. For strong security, this option must always be set ...
Currently, my ssh server lets a user fail to login an infinite number of times (theoretically until the password is correctly guessed). I do not want this to be the case, I want the user to be banned ...
How do I skip the “known_host” question the first time I connect to a machine via SSH with public/private keys? [duplicate]
How do I skip the "known_host" question the first time I connect to a machine via SSH with public/private keys?