Secure Shell; a network protocol that allows data transfer over a secure channel between two networked devices.

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Is there any risk of irrecoverable damage by giving public access to remote desktop/terminal?

If I allow public access to a remote control program (SSH, teamviewer, remote desktop connection, etc) is there any risk of damage that can't be fixed through reinstalling the operating system? Do any ...
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get the list of remembered Network Profiles of a Windows computer over ssh

AFAIK, Windows remembers the network locations you've connected to (and tagged as Guest, Work or Home). It identifies them based on (possibly among other things) the domain name returned by the DHCP ...
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SSH authentication using biometrics

I am using PuTTY to access my server via SSH. Due to the complexity of my private key's password, however, I've decided to consider using other methods of authentication, such as biometrics, more ...
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sftp - skipping non-regular file error

I get skipping non-regular file /home/local/dir/dir2 while using: put -P /home/local/dir/dir2 /www/dir3 Sftp connects on non-default port, with ssh key and no-password, transfers normally ...
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Why is there no UDP port forwarding in SSH?

I know SSH can forward TCP ports, not UDP. I'm not seeking help to circumvent this restriction (this subject is covered here). I'd like to know what is the reason SSH never got UDP forwarding ability....
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Terminal SSH command not working while connecting to another computer

After entering the command: ssh [username]@[ip address of remote computer] I got the error: ssh: connect to host 10.3.32.1 port 22: Connection refused Does anyone know what causes this?
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How can I set up remote capturing in Wireshark, capturing from a CentOS server on my Windows laptop?

I'm looking to capture packets from a remote server network interface. The remote server is running CentOS and has tshark installed. I'm working on a Windows 8 machine with Wireshark installed. I'...
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Network error: Connection refused

I am trying to connect to my Raspberry Pi through my PC using putty. Pi and my PC are connected through network (router) using an Ethernet cable. Till yesterday I was able to connect to this Pi, ...
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Remotely SSH into home computer that is connected to a VPN

I have a computer at home that is connected to a PIA VPN. I've been trying to figure out how to remotely ssh into that computer while it is connected to the VPN using port forwarding provided by PIA, ...
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SSH Connection Error-Error connecting to x host. Error was: Received disconnect message: Too many authentication failures for user

I am doing a authentication thru shared key authentication, I am able to perform ssh -v -p 22 host@serveraddress from terminal and its being successful, I am trying to connect thru the same ...
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Was my server being SSH brute-forced?

Right, so I noticed my internet speed slowed to a crawl. I restarted my home Ubuntu server and the speed immediately increased. So I checked the active network connections with netstat -tupn and ...
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git: “pack has bad object” when pushing to remote

I have a bare git repository on my Raspberry Pi which only I use. When pushing to it today, I got this error message: Counting objects: 460, done. Delta compression using up to 8 threads. Compressing ...
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How does ssh choose the correct key to use?

How does ssh-agent understand which key should it use for which remote server? I've came across different questions and posts that touches this topic somehow, but it still remain unclear to me. What ...
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way to automate git repositories cloning

I have to clone several repositories on the VM-s and then building software on them. I have pretty nice build script but there is one issue. Before build, several repos should be cloned, and after ...
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How to install ssh certificate on >400 servers?

To not type password when doing anything on any of these servers, I need to upload my ssh certificate to the remote: ssh-copy-id CptBartender@remote Now... I need to upload that cert to over 400 ...
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SSH: fails with a private key, works with a copy of this same key

I want to establish a SSH connection between two Linux machines: client & server. I am using root account on both machines, and their linux distro is CentOS 7. I generated a pair of private-...
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Why are key agents sometimes preferred over configuration files?

Some programs seem to prefer to use an SSH key agent, rather than specifying the key file in some configuration file somewhere. Examples: GitHub's instructions for using SSH SourceTree's method ...
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SSH over softether VPN connection

I configured my Raspberry Pi as a softether VPN server (according to Raspberry Pi: Install a SSTP VPN server using SoftEther). I can now create a VPN connection from my Windows machine to the ...
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Automating SSH login gives unresponsive remote-shell, dropping back to client-terminal (without errors)

I have a problem with the tool expect under Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I want to automate ssh logins to some Sophos UTM Firewalls and evelate my rights directly after with "sudo su -" and the correct password. ...
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Centos Sftp Ssh - How always create files with rwx-rwx-r-x and always owned by a certain group

I have a user myuser, which is only allowed to connect to ssh via sftp. I'd like this user to always create files with rwx-rwx-r-x and always owned by the group apache. I've tried to accomplish the ...
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SSH into a VirtualBox VM that was configured via command line

I am trying to set up a cluster of VMs on my Ubuntu laptop so that I can test some distributed code. My goal is to execute a shell script that will spin up the configuration and another script to tear ...
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Sharing socks proxy connection over a 2nd NIC

I'm trying to accomplish the following: I have a server with two NICs One is wireless (wlan0) made as an access point (using hostapd) and the other one (eth0) is connected to a network that doesn't ...
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/dev/pts not being mounted during boot

After I installed cryptsetup on EdgeRouter Lite running ubnt-debianwhen I try to connect using ssh I get the following error message: PTY allocation request failed on channel 0 The workaround that ...
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fstab ssh mount eating network and CPU

I've recently bought a NAS (WD MyCloud) and connected it to my router. I'm able to see it on the network and connceting through SSH. I was also able to put an fstab entry to automount a folder in my ...
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I can ssh into server A from server B. But I cannot ssh into server B from server A

I have 2 servers in a data center. Server B is publicly accessible, as in, I can ssh into it. Server A is not. So to access Server A, I ssh into Server B. And then from there, I ssh into Server A. ...
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Open SSH port a bad idea on a Raspberry Pi?

I have a Raspberry Pi at home that I have connected to my home network. I use it to run a VPN server, SSH tunnel, and occasionally I SSH into it to perform maintenance on it. Is it a bad idea to have ...
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copying ssh id from debian to centos times out, how to debug?

I'm setting up another pc on my network. it will eventually be headless. It currently boots into the centos CLI ~ which is fine. now i want to copy over my ssh rsa key from my main debian pc to the ...
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ssh passwdless failed after add id_rsa.pub to remote machine

My remote machine has 2 users one is root and another is Alexander. And I create a new user fit with root user. # adduser fit And I scp the id_rsa.pub of my home machine to fit@remote_machine and ...
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I can Telnet into a Linux CentOS system but cannot SSH into it. My colleagues say they can SSH into it

My company has a server (server A) in a data center belonging to a telecoms company. The server has no access from the internet. I need to access this server because of a server application that I am ...
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SSH port forwarding works only with Source port Any

I am trying to setup port forwarding for SSH so I could connect to my raspberry pi from another network. I have these pages in my router (DRG-A125G): It works only if I specify Source port Any (...
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connection refused for vagrant ssh

I am having trouble connecting to my vagrant box using vagrant ssh. There are no error messages when running vagrant up, I can also connect directly using the VirtualBox ui. When I run vagrant ssh I ...
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Running commands remotely through an RDP connection

This question is a follow up of this one. I am trying to run a command through the command line on a remote machine running Windows 7 from a workstation running Debian in an SSH session on that ...
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Connection refused when trying to SSH. But port 22 is not blocked. Pings work

Connection refused when trying to SSH. But port 22 is not blocked. Pings work. I'm running CentOS 7 VMs and open source Docker. I want to SSH to Docker containers from other VMs or other Docker ...
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SSH tunnel and corporate proxy

The scenario is as follow: 2 computers (PC1 & PC2) Both access internet using an HTTP Proxy that requires authentication. I ssh to PC2 from PC1 using: ssh -D 8080 user@PC2_IP -v The tunnel is ...
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Unable to SSH to windows machine from a linux machine

I am trying to SSH from a linux machine to a windows machine.I followed below steps to do the same. Installed Win32-OpenSSH on the windows machine and set it to automatic mode. Generate a key pair ...
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Need to tunnel a AWS server using port forwarding

I am having a AWS server and I am connecting through a AWS router. I gave the example here, ssh -i ~/ecserver.pem ec2-user@ip -p 2222 Now I have to create a tunnel to the server for 9093 port in ...
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SSH Client Closes Connection

I'm attempting to establish 2-way SSH communication between a MacBook (192.168.1.3) running OS X 10.9.5 and a desktop computer (192.168.1.2) running Korora 23 (basically Fedora 23 with additional ...
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Ssh and ipv6: resolution

On my /etc/hosts i made some ipv6address fe80::ee01 hpux.ipv6.private hpux fe80::ee03 slack64.ipv6.private slack64 I do ssh -6 fe80::ee01%br0 OK if I do ssh -6 hpux%...
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Mathematica: Resuming SSH evaluation with XMing

I am re-asking this question since it exactly applies to my situation and it had received no answers earlier: I currently run my Mathematica on a linux computer through Putty and Xming. Xming ...
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Open SSH / missing files

Confession! I don’t know what I am doing! At least I am at the edges of understanding what has happened and what I might be able to do to put things right. A couple of weeks ago we had a power cut. ...
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Public key authentication on openssh for windows can't open authorized_keys

I'm testing out the openssh stuff for windows and I'm having trouble getting public keys to work. I have followed most of the instructions here and I've generated the necessary keys on my other ...
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Port Forwarding Raspberry Pi doesn't work

I configured my Cisco Router to use Port Forwarding for ssh connection to Raspberry Pi and to apache server. There are some screenshots of router: This is from ifconfig of my Raspberry eth0 ...
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Port forwarding with multiple clients

I have an embedded system which runs several services on different ports. For example: web server on port 8080, ssh on 22, websocket on 5000, other TCP channels on 5001 and 5002, etc... The SBC is ...
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Using the key of a computer that I connected to via SSH?

I currently have a system where I'm using a desktop to connect to a gateway and then to multiple servers from there. The ssh key of my desktop is in the gateway and the other servers, and I'm running ...
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Remote Desktop + Ubuntu: Keyboard issues

UPDATE: Got xrdp set up on the ubuntu system, and am now directly connecting to it via Remote Desktop... and it's got the same exact problem. Backspace, alt-keys, etc all work, but regular letters and ...
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SSH Find current LOCAL MACHINE directory

I am attempting to upload a file from my local machine to my server using: scp Users\MyName\Desktop\myzipfile.zip user@host:/path/to/whereyouwant/thefile I have a zip file on my desktop that I am ...
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Creating bridged/forwarding proxies/tunnels via an intermediate machine to get around a VPN block to connect to a work machine

I'm not sure if my question makes sense, but I'll try to describe what I'm trying to do. I have three machines A, B, and C. A is a work machine that is not exposed to the outside world. B is my ...
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Error SSH to a Centos 7 VM (Host-only)

I have the following setup: Host System: Debian Wheezy VirtualBox System: Centos 7 Network Adapters: NAT and Host-only On the host system I can "ping" the VM machine, when I try to ssh I get the ...
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GitHub error on new repository

I am using Github for the first time in android studio. I shared the project on github using import into version control but I am unable to see my files on the repository created. Please help Android ...
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Can I permanently change the windows timezone vis ssh and cygwin?

I have a bunch of VM's with Windows Server 2008 R2 and ssh running via cygwin. I want to change the timezone on all of them. I would prefer not to RDP to every one of them and do it manually. I have ...