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With the announcement of a new vulnerability that could lead to the leaking of OpenSSH clients’ private keys, SSH users should update. All versions of OpenSSH from 5.4 to 7.1 are vulnerable.

CentOSLinuxSecuritySSH
Jan 21, 2016, 12:30 pmBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

We all know that passwords aren’t a good authentication strategy. We use them because they’re what we know, they’re convenient, and they require next to no setup and management. But, one would think system administrators and Linux experts would understand the limitations of passwords and at least choose long and random passwords. If the recent […]

authentication.SSHSystem Administration
Oct 16, 2015, 9:41 amBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

For those in the know, the command line is already the path to an easier life. For work that requires more complex interactions than a few clicks, scripting and issuing commands via a terminal is more efficient than a GUI, and that goes double if you’re managing several servers. But things can always be easier […]

commandsSSHSystem Administration
Sep 1, 2015, 3:31 pmBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

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