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Tutorial: No password SSH login

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Open SSH is the most widely used SSH server on Linux. Using SSH, one can connect to a remote host and gain a shell access on it in a secure manner as all traffic is encrypted.

A neat feature of open SSH is to authenticate a user using a public/private key pair to log into the remote host. By doing so, you won't be prompted for the remote user's password.

This tutorial will describe how to create a SSH public/private key pair, how to enable key based authentication and finally how to disable password authentication.
 read more | mail this link | score:7726 | -chantra, February 1, 2007
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