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libssh2 library's method libssh2_userauth_publickey_fromfile() returns -18

I am using libssh2 library. To ssh with key to my server I am using key (RSA) authentication. But libssh2_userauth_publickey_fromfile(session, username, publickey, \ privatekey, passphrase) Above ...
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How to set size of RSA key in aspnet_regiis

How do i set the key size of my rsa key. Creating the key: aspnet_regiis -pc "test" -exp -size 4096 Exporting the key: aspnet_regiis -px "test" "c:\myKey.xml" -pri this does not give me key size ...
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Which one is RSA encryption algorithm?

I searched in the internet for Online RSA calculator and also for RSA algorithm example and I found this online RSA calculator tool and this site that mention the algorithm as below : RSA ...
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After Updating to SHA2, private and public doesn't match

I've upgraded to SHA2 certificate, but after upgrading the new certificate key doesn't match my old private key. Public key has changed after updating and it doesn't match to previous private key. ...
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Is there a more secure way to cache my SSH key passphrase in memory?

I have a cluster of machines with many nodes. And instead of entering the passphrase (which are the same for all) for every machines, I want to cache the passphrase in memory using fabric. What steps ...
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Is it safe to use the same RSA key pair at the sender and the recipient?

Most questions on the internet are about using the same certificate on multiple clients, what about using the same certificate between two servers communicating with each other for example? Would that ...
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Why doesn't github accept a GnuTLS generated public RSA key?

Using GnuTLS, I generated a private key with: certtool --generate-privkey --rsa --null-password --sec-param=normal --outfile=keys\github.asc Then retrieved the public key: certtool --pubkey-info ...
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passphrase for rsa key required only in text mode

I have a problem which has been torturing me. As far as I booted Ubuntu to the GUI, it never asked for the passphrase of my RSA key. Lately, I switched to text mode and now, each time, after log in, ...
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ssh possible dns spoofing when logging into multiple machines via single host [duplicate]

I log in to the rhel5 machines at my school from home via ssh and it automatically sends me to the computer with the least load. So ssh -Y itsme@myShcool.edu will send me to either mySchoolA.edu ...
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apache/Magento user's Linux home directory (for private RSA key)

apache runs Magento on our Linux server, and I'm trying to find out where the home directory for this user would be. I need to place a private key for SFTP access for Magento's extension. There is ...
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What is the RSA SecurID packet format?

I am testing a client application that authenticates using RSA SecurID hardware tokens. The authentication is failing and I am not finding any useful information in the log files. I am using ...
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How can I accept all SSH requests?

I would like to have a VM accept all SSH requests. That is, anyone on the network (namely, the host) can SSH into the shell without password checking, public key, etc. I know this is largely against ...
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How do you set GPG to use ElGamal and RSA for keys?

How do you set GPG to use ElGamal and RSA for my GPG key? I'd like to do it but for the life of me I can't figure out what options to use.
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ssh: authenticate only with rsa key

I am setting up ssh from OS X to a Ubuntu virtual machine (Virtual Box). I tried to set up key-based authentication, following the instructions here. Now there is a problem. When my VM server is up ...
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I can not match group in ssh using RSA Key with passphrase

I have two accounts on my computer. One account is named bob. The other account is for a user named joe. I am using RSA key with a passphrase. I can connect BUT when I add the lines Match Group joe ...
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Multiple ssh keys on Heroku

I have: Computer A with id_rsa and id_rsa.pub Computer B with different id_rsa and id_rsa.pub (it's not the same as that one from computer A) and id_rsa2 id_rsa2.pub I created an account on heroku, ...
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SSH RSA key with non root user

I'm trying to secure my VPS, so I'm trying to use RSA authentication, obviously I don't want to be logging in as root, so I disabled PermitRootLogin but I also disabled PasswordAuthentication My ...
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git client and rsa authentication

I've installed git client on windows 7 on administrator account. On first pull git asked me if i wanted to add host to trusted locations. After that '.ssh' folder was creted in user home. When i ...
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ssh rsa key no longer works for one account

I can no longer use public keys on one account I have on a remote system. It worked fine for a while, but it doesn't seem to now(I still have to input my password each time I login). It started one ...
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Cisco VPN Client + RSA Secure ID Token on Windows 7 64-bit

I guess I got a laptop which is beyond IT's support. It has 8G ram, so I chose to use Windows 7 64-bit OS. Everything is fine except the VPN connection. Since IT is not going to support this non-SOE ...
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automate SFTP process with different ssh version

I am totally new to this. Please bear with me if my question is totally nuts. I am trying to setup rsa keys between two servers. I tried the following steps. ssh-keygen -t rsa copied the id_rsa.pub ...
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Compromised RSA key - unsure of the scope of the issue

So, I have no experience here, but what sorts of problems can be caused by a compromised private RSA key? Is this even that big of a deal? I'm getting very little specific info on Google. :(