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comment Creating user specific authentication methods in SSH
@Maerlyn I do that after every change... but thanks :)
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comment Creating user specific authentication methods in SSH
@Polynomial Pastbin for sshd_config I have also asked it on askubuntu + Superuser + ServerFault
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comment Creating user specific authentication methods in SSH
@Polynomial I created a user called auditor with a password and then I updated the /etc/ssh/sshd_config with the below entry. : <br />Match User auditor PasswordAuthentication yes <br /> then tried to connect to the server with putty it said server refused connection No authentication method supported.
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