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Using OpenSSH Private Key With Putty on Windows

I have been using Putty on Windows to login to Linux machines for many years now. SSH with login password!

This morning I received a Private Key file to login to AWS for some experiment with Dockers. 91 more words

Computers And Internet

How to configure and use OpenSSH on CentOS 7

Secure Shell or SSH is a protocol which allows users to connect to a remote system using a client-server architecture. The login session is encrypted and very secure. 20 more words


Users who choose to enable X11Forwarding in OpenSSH, or those who use software products that re-enable it, should pay close attention to last Wednesday’s OpenSSH security update. 493 more words


OpenBSD sur AWS: Un Voyage Inattendu

Il a quelques mois lorsque j’ai rejoint D2SI, je me suis retrouvé jeté en pâture à AWS. Je m’amusais bien à jouer au Cow-boy du Cloud, mais il me manquait quelque chose : mon système d’exploitation favori… 2,515 more words
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OpenSSH Releases Further v7.2 Security Update

On Wednesday of last week OpenSSH released version 7.2p2 which corrected a security vulnerability due to X11 forwarding (defined) commands not being correctly sanitised that could have allowed information disclosure. 177 more words

Security Advice

OpenSSH Releases v7.2 Security Update

On the 29th of February OpenSSH released version 7.2 of OpenSSH which further hardened it against the Logjam attack (by increasing the minimum modulus size supported for diffie-hellman-group-exchange to 2048 bits) as well as incorporating changes initially made available in mid-January with version 7.1p2… 316 more words

Security Advice

Rancid can’t SSH to older ISRs?

Well its 2016 and you still have that one-of-kind Cisco ISR 2811 or 3845 running in the environment? You followed and installed Rancid, all the new stuff works like it should but when you try to connect to that “one-of-kind” 2811 with Rancid it closes the connection… :/ 280 more words