• SSH root access for Ubuntu

    Can I enable SSH root access for Ubuntu 14.04? I already tried to use /etc/ssh_config but that pretty much didn't do anything. Any help here?

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  • Where to I put my SSH key in Windows?

    Currently, my GIT setup works great in Linux. But my problem is with Windows. For some reason, I can't figure out where to put my SSH key. What do I do?

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  • Error message when using SSH from Ubuntu to Amazon EC2

    In Amazon EC2, we have an instance of one of our applications that's running in the cloud and we need to connect it to our Ubuntu servers. It works great on one server but we keep getting this error message on the other: Permission denied (publickey). This is when we're trying to access SSH to EC2....

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  • How do I block tons of failed SSH logins?

    On our Red Hat server, I keep getting tons of failed SSH logins each morning when I get into the office. How can I block these from coming in? It looks like it's coming from the same IP address but not entirely sure. Thank you for your help.

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  • Automating SSH login with a password

    Is there a way to automate a SSH login with password? We're working on our test virtual machine so we don't need that much security (that's why we chose SSH). Thanks!

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  • How do I keep a Linux process running through SSH?

    We're connected to our Linux machine through SSH. I have to run a bash script for our file system operations. We need it running for a while (multiple hours) but we can't leave the SSH open due to connection issues. Is there a way I can keep it running?

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  • Linux: Disable SSH login with passwords

    We're using Linux and I need to disable the SSH login with passwords for some of our users. However, I can't disable the login using certificate. How can I go about this?

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  • Character# causes truncation of file name in SSH 6.6

    Why does the # character truncate the file name in a get in SSH 6.6, it does not in SSH 4.7

    kashplant10 pointsBadges:
  • Connect to SSH session that was disconnected

    Can I connect to a SSH session that was already disconnected? I'm having an issues with our network connection to a remote site. And to top it off, our department has been experiencing a number of disconnections because of lost packets while connected to our servers at the remote location. We have...

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  • Tunnel network traffic through SSH

    When I'm using the Internet from public Wi-Fi, I always use a SSH tunnel so my traffic won't be sniffed. But I have too many applications that don't provide a way to specify a proxy. Can I use a tunnel for all network traffic from my computer?

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  • Keeping a SSH tunnel open

    For the past few weeks, I've been using a SSH tunnel from my job to get around different firewalls. My boss knows about it so it's okay. But after an hour, the SSH connection hangs / the tunnel gets broken. I'm trying to figure out how to at least monitor the tunnel automatically so I can just go...

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  • OpenSSH on OS X for PCI compliance

    Our current version of OpenSSH on OS X is not PCI compliant. We need to upgrade it but it hasn't been working well. I did this first: brew tap homebrew/dupes brew install openssh It worked but when I tried which shh, I get this: /usr/local/bin/ssh That's fine too but our Port 22 is still using the...

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  • OpenSSH upgrade on web server for PCI compliance

    For the past few weeks, we've been trying to upgrade our OpenSSH for PCI compliance reasons on our organization's web server. However, we can't figure out how to do it. Here's what we tried so far: # sudo apt-get install openssh-server openssh-client Reading package lists... Done Building...

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  • Timeout SSH sessions after inactivity for PCI compliance

    For PCI DSS requirements, if a session is idle for more than 15 minutes, the user will have to re-authenticate to re-activate the terminal or session. So, because of this, we had to deal with SSH sessions that are idling at the bash prompt by enforcing a global $TMOUT of 900. But we realized that...

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  • Sending command over SSH from an iPhone

    I have SSH installed on my NAS. My router is configured to forward the SSH port to the NAS. Is there a way to send command over SSH from an iPhone? Thank you for the help.

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  • SSH File Transfer Protocol – OpenSSH – AS/400 to TumbleWeed

    Hello Everyone, I need a quick clarification from all. Could you please someone reply back, based on the response will take the decision. My organization is using a Third party Application called Tumbleweed which is file server to transfer the files from AS/400 to Target Systems and receiving files...

    Nagareddi80 pointsBadges:
  • Nagios Tunnel Web Address

    When I SSH tunnel into Nagios via putty and browse through the website, the URL stays the same the whole time. It's http://localhost:8888/nagios/ no matter what I click on. Is there a way to change this so that it's more specific to what part of the site I'm on or is that just the way it is?

    csheppard5 pointsBadges:
  • Security firewall in routers

    How do I disable the firewall in the Ericson w35 router because it blocking some of my programs from working properly. It says my NAT port is blocked.

    Jaw645 pointsBadges:
  • Are passwordless SSH logins more secure?

    My friend and I recently had a 'thoughtful' discussion on whether SSH authentication is more secure than authentication using passwords. He always connects to servers with passwords but I prefer to log into our system without having to enter a password every single time. I know he's scared about...

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  • What is the difference between RSA and DSA keys?

    I've been generating SSH authentication keys on our Linux/Unix system using ssh-keygen I've been given the choice of creating a RSA of DSA key pair (using -t type). Does anyone know the difference between RSA and DSA keys? Why should I choose one over the other?

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