I'm currently following a small game to get more familar with linux and security and got the following task: The password for the next level is stored in /etc/bandit_pass/bandit14 and can only be ...
If a user connects to an SSH server using an rsa private key, but does not confirm the server's fingerprint. What kind of information can a man in the middle attack get from the session?
Some of the leaks which emerged during/after Snowden concerned the fact that the NSA was paying the organization behind RSA a lot of money in order for them to systematically weaken the encryption by ...
I have a RSA SSH public key which I have converted from a x509 certificate and I want to be able to convert the SSH key back into a x509 certificate to compare the values with the original ...
If I have a passphrase-protected SSH private key, AND if this passphrase is sufficiently random and long (say, 20-, 30-, 40-characters long, or even more!), AND if I make this private key of ...