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Is SSH2 still vulnerable to man-in-middle attacks?

With SSH using RSA public key authentication, can an attacker spoof the server IP address and connect with client to obtain client password?
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Vulnerabilities of Secure Shells

I ssh into my school's engineering computer to submit large programmin projects on a regular basis. Are there any vulnerabilities or worries about using this channel so frequently? What makes a secure ...
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Dropbear SSH server use-after-free vulnerability

"This vulnerability is located within the Dropbear daemon and occurs due to the way the server manages channels concurrency. A specially crafted request can trigger a use after free condition which ...