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Why are DSA keys referred to as DSS keys when used with SSH?

When I generate a DSA key with ssh-keygen -t dsa, the resulting public key will begin with ssh-dss. How come? Why not ssh-dsa?
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why are the first few characters of a DSA Private Key similar?

I noticed most DSA private keys often start with the same few characters, MIIBvAIBAAKBgQD . For example, generate a private key on Ubuntu, by running: ssh-keygen -t dsa -N '' -f /tmp/id_dsa This ...
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DSA Generates different signatures with the same data [closed]

I'm using the example given in msdn article about the DSACryptoServiceProvider Class. The problem is that I get a different signature each time I run the code. I tried OpenSSL and didn't get this ...
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Using secp256k1 and ECDSA with IKE

I just tried using an IKE daemon and EC certificates. I used the secp256k1 curve for key generation. The daemon claims signature scheme ECDSA-256 not supported by private key Now I am wondering ...
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Was DSA invented from RSA?

I'm wondering if the two algorithms are similar and whether DSA was really just based off RSA? Is DSA based on RSA and public key encryption? If so how does DSA introduce signing and makes it ...
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Does DSA need padding?

So i read on wikipedia that digital signatures need padding (like PSS) and i know this is true for RSA. But know i ask myself does DSA also need padding?
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Is the `ssh-agent`'s DSA signature deterministic?

In my hopes to use ssh-agent to generate a signature as password I implicitly assumed a deterministic signature. DSA is however supposed to take random value k for signing. However that randomness is ...