5
votes
2answers
268 views

Writing a “telnet server” type program that uses SSH instead of telnet

So people have written server programs using telnet in which the user simply does telnet server.com and this connects them to the server program, which then provides them with a textual program they ...
0
votes
2answers
109 views

Can using SFTP with HMAC-RIPEMD160 replace computing file hashes before and after transferring?

As part of my job I often find myself transferring lots of files between my computer and a remote storage space accessible over SFTP. To ensure the files' correct transfer I compute their SHA256 ...
3
votes
2answers
1k views

how to know the type of symmetric encryption used by ssh?

I want to know the type of symmetric encryption (after authentication) used by ssh in a connection client-server. I'm not sure who determines the encryption. Client or Server?. I have looked in ...
1
vote
0answers
114 views

Reverse ssh-agent forwarding and unlocking remote keys with your local keys

So the following two things should both be possible to do with ssh the question is just how difficult they would be and I'm hoping someone can give me an easy answer. 1) Suppose I have several ...
2
votes
1answer
547 views

Is it *really* possible to directly steal a private key if it uses no passphrase?

I've read in various places, such as in this question that using an ssh key pair without a passphrase allows attackers to steal your private key if they gain access to your account. I assumed that by ...
0
votes
1answer
932 views

What is the default encryption type of the ssh-keygen?

When generating private/public keys with ssh-keygen what types of keys will it generate if I wont pass -t option followed with the encryption type like rsa?
12
votes
3answers
7k views

Encrypting file only with SSH -priv-key?

Suppose I want to encrypt a file so that only I can read it, by knowing my SSH private key password. I am sharing a repo where I want to encrypt or obfuscate sensitive information. By that, I mean ...
0
votes
0answers
184 views

Is it possible to login via ssh to unlock LUKS drives? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: SSH to decrypt encrypted LVM during headless server boot? I have a large number of Ubuntu servers in co-location that I would like to use LUKS encrypted drives on. ...
21
votes
5answers
13k views

SSH to decrypt encrypted LVM during headless server boot?

When I installed Ubuntu 10.04 and, now, 10.10, I was offered the option of enabling "encrypted LVM" for my hard drive. After choosing that option, I am prompted for my password during boot to decrypt ...
4
votes
1answer
956 views

Tunnel traffic through another machine over ssh

I want to be able to route a portion of my traffic through another machine over SSH. For example, is it possible to browse the web through the ssh tunnel and also browse the web through your LAN ...