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SSH (Secure shell) is a protocol for secure communication between computers to execute remote commands, transfer data and tunnel TCP connections.

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Let's call your friend Bob. Bob has updated his certificate, but since you've never seen it before, you're rightly concerned Eve may be in the middle. You've done the right thing by contacting him to …
answered Jul 24 '17 by Liam Dennehy
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tempting to think of the SSH keys as "system" keys (since you typically use it to administer the system), sshd is merely another application, just like your http server. If you have issues with a … different. Mixing them may needlessly expose your ssh keys to disclosure thanks to a flaw in your http service, or vice-versa. In general there is little downside to using distinct keys per …
answered Feb 28 by Liam Dennehy