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A man-in-the-middle attack (MiTM) is an attack against a communication protocol where the attacker relays and modifies messages in transit. The parties believe they are talking to each other directly, but in fact both are talking to each other via the attacker in the middle.

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I don't know internals of ssh protocol, so my answer is based on general knowledge of cryptography and isn't guaranteed to be right. Well, nothing is. If the initial ssh key was generated in some "ba …
answered Aug 25 '18 by Strigo
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Regarding the 2nd question: knowing a pair of plain text + cypher text the attacker can bruteforce the passphrase if it's simple to guess. Some level of protection against that can be given by use of …
answered Jun 13 '18 by Strigo