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comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
Thanks for redirecting.
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comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
@CryHavok,Can you please explain/point me to the things that i have to take care of .Thanks
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comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
@Cry, The software/settings data etc has to be protected.
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comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
@Cry Thanks,Yes.@Michael,Thanks for the idea. These people are the ones who are buying this system. We don't want them to look into whats happening inside. So that they don't access our settings data or tweak our system.
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comment FTP from Linux to Windows server
I'm trying to figure out a way to get - password less login from a script using key based authentication. Can you please help me in this regard. Thanks
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comment SFTP without password prompt (from linux to windows)
+1 for your efforts to help. Thank you. Still i'm facing the issue. As on windows i dont see any files resembling authroized_keys.
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comment SFTP without password prompt (from linux to windows)
I think it uses a different algorithm, SHA1 is a hash algorithm.
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comment SFTP without password prompt (from linux to windows)
I have not created any passphrase , I just hit enter when i get the passphrase prompt. I'm able to login with this by just hitting enter. I feel that for your expertise if you just install the freeFTPd you will be able to easily figure this out.
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comment SFTP without password prompt (from linux to windows)
sftp user@10.220.x.x Enter passphrase for key '/home/user/.ssh/id_rsa': user@10.220.x.x's password: Hello, I'm freeFTPd 1.0Connected to 10.220.x.x ... Still getting the above prompt. After adding that key to those files