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Re: SSH Attacks - What to do?
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- Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2005 10:46:27 -0500
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On Sun, Jul 31, 2005 at 01:38:30PM -0500, Mike Choatie wrote:
> Why not disable password authentication all together and use dsa private
> keys instead?
I would, but the system in question is used by several people (random
friends who have had shell access literally for *years*). If I force
them to use ssh keys, I'm going to increase my support burden by quite
It's one of those legacy system things... For now, band-aid fixes are
all I can do.
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