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A server is a machine running a software daemon that is generally accessed over a network by other machines.

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authenticated to your server! You should check the server keys from your machine and from your co-worker if it gives you the same set (good tool for getting all public ssh-keys from server is ssh-keyscan … ). It is normal that server has more different keys (and key types), but without knowing what was in your known_hosts file before you removed it, you have no chance to find out what caused the problem …
answered Oct 19 '15 by Jakuje
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(cross posting SO answer with updated solution to these days) If you read through the manual page for sshd_config(5), there is option AuthenticationMethods, which takes the list of methods you need t …
answered Sep 22 '15 by Jakuje
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I was considering to disable direct external access good choice. enable tunnelling so that I can create a secure tunnel using SSH to access it from my computer anyways. SSH is Secure Shell. …
answered Dec 3 '16 by Jakuje
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files, have encrypted hard drives) and password authentication is disabled in the SSH server. If you disable password authentication, the targeted attack using guessing public key (and private key …
answered Aug 3 '17 by Jakuje