I'm a Unix support Admin and I have a rare situation here. I have a recently adopted an environment that has a user with a /bin/passwd binary as a shell. xxx:x:1:100:xx:/home/xx:/bin/passwd Anyone ...
I have a user without a password set (i.e. passwd -d). I would not like to use public keys on this setup. Is there a way to SSH login to such a user?
So if I'm using SSH with public/private keys to connect to a Unix box, and the password for my user account on that box expires, will I still be able to connect?
A while back, I came across a random password generator for the command line that displayed a grid of "memorable" passwords. Output was something like this: adam@host:~$ CantRememberThisCommand ...