OpenSSH VPN technology, installed by default on most Linux, BSD, and Unix systems, lets you mix and match different clients and servers easily.
When I started dealing with *nix servers, openssh servers came with dsa as well as rsa host keys, with openssh clients preferring the rsa key.
When I do:
tar -zxvf openssh-5.8p1.tar.gz
mv openssh-5.8p1 openssh-5.8p1_downloaded
apt-get source openssh-server
diff -r openssh-5.8p1 openssh-5.8p1_downloaded/ | wc -l
I get loads of differences (wc -l retur
I have been trying to upgrade my SSH to be PCI compliant and i have locked myself out:
I followed this : http://forums.cpanel.net/f5/whats-ta...er-170818.html
#Saving old sshd init scr
How do I create and setup an OpenSSH config file to create shortcuts for servers I frequently access under Linux or Unix desktop operating systems?Read answer to: "OpenSSH Config File Examples"
I want to build a deb package with the latest version of openssh from source. Then I want to install it on my machine.
I need to setup an Archlinux vps with openssh, everything is running smoothly except that I couldn't ssh in.
I want to configure and run sshd server on my unix box.
I need to upgrade my openssh version for PCI compliance. How do I do this in amazon linux?
Title: OpenSSH 6.2 is vulnerable
Impact: Updated 11/13/13
Resolution: Upgrade to [http://www.openssh.org] OpenSSH version 6.4 or
higher, or install a fix from your operating system vendor.
I had a medium EC2 instance which I changed to a small instance. After doing so I could no longer SSH in to the instance.