I know what it does, but i don't know why. What attack(s) does it prevent ? Is it relevant for all kind of authentication methods ? (hostbased, password, publickey, keyboard-interactive ...)
I read about setting up ssh keys in Linux and have some questions. Correct me if I'm wrong… Let's say host tr-lgto wants to connect to host tr-mdm using ssh. If we want to be sure that it's the real ...
In my automated backups, I'm not sure if I should be doing this. If the hard drive fails or if I wipe the hard disk and start over, what will be the effect of starting with a new SSH host key to my ...