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Connect to a remote linux server that is in default setup, not configured to be connected?

In our Company we have an internal-wikipedia-like help site. The Problem is, the MindTouch-Wiki is out of date, so i have to update it! The Problem is, its running virtual. Its Ubuntu 7.7 In ...
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rkhunter /usr/bin/ssh && /usr/sbin/sshd [Warning]

My last rkhuter scan reported a couple of warnings that deserve to be checked(for my noob eyes). Main reason for my suspect is that i wasn't on the machine at (03-Apr-2014 01:12:12) ->AM I googled ...
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ssh-add -D doesn't erase stored keys from the ssh-agent

How come this happens?: stan@tcpc:~/.ssh$ ssh-add -l 8192 e0:45:5e:cc:45:3e:17:2b:a6:54:6f:8d:53:1b:j2:e3 github (RSA) 2048 25:41:53:a6:45:5d:ac:eb:5c:45:f8:ce:42:a9:he:aa BITBUCKET (RSA) ...
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SSH key authentication works with /usr/sbin/ssh -d, does not with the daemon?

CentOS x64 6.5: if I connect as root to my server and do the following: service sshd stop /usr/sbin/ssh -d I'll able to connect as user using public key authentication from my development machine: ...
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CentOS 6.4: SSH RSA key issue, “[…]== rsa-key-20140711\n failed”

For some reason sshd is reading from my authorized_keys file a new line that does not exist. I generated the keys with puttygen, copied the public key text in as required, concatenated the key into ...
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ssh connection fails after login at one user

Have server with 2 users - (e.g. - user and root). SSH login to root works corrctly. But I can't login to user - it immediatelly fails with "write failed - broken pipe" after login. ssh -vvv ...
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failure in connecting to my server through ssh

My goal: I want to be able to ssh to my workstation from external client. My workstation(in the following also referred as server) is on a lan. Its ip address on this lan is obviously different from ...
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How to prevent ssh-agent from starting in CentOS?

How do I stop ssh-agent from starting when logging into CentOS via openssh? There are no references to ssh-agent in my bash startup scripts (.bashrc) or /etc/bashrc.
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How to start sshd on Puppy Linux?

I have installed sshd on puppy linux. Can someone tell me how to start sshd on it?
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Separate SSHD Authpriv logs into /var/log/sshd, all other authpriv logging goes to messages

Right now, sshd is using the authpriv facility. The level of logging is fine, but I don't want it in the syslog, I want it to go to /var/log/sshd (which doesn't yet exist) on Red Hat Linux/Enterprise ...
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SSH AuthorizedKeysCommand and SELinux

I'm trying to use the SSH AuthorizedKeysCommand in a CentOS 6.5 machine, but I'm encountering an SELinux error. When I switch SELinux to permissive mode - using setenforce 0 - it works, but when I ...
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Are there any canned solutions for running sshd in the initrd?

This is mostly aimed at Debian/Ubuntu, but I feel savvy enough on a variety of distros to be able to adapt the solution for one distro to another. Here's my scenario. There are a few situations when ...
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telneting to ssh port works, but SSH not

I installed a machine with two network cards: one goes in the router, gets IP via DHCP, OK, another is connected to my notebook directly, using a different IP subnet. I can ping both IP addresses, ...
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SSH server is not disconnecting session when I shutdown the machine

I have a Arch Linux virtual machine, if I shutdown the machine while a ssh connection is alive. The SSH session would stuck (and the machine shuts down correctly) So the server is not disconnecting ...
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Are there any loopholes in IP restricting sshd?

Say that i want to only allow username/password logins on my private network, but restrict all external sources on to key/cert login. I would do something like this: RSAAuthentication yes ...
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sshd suddenly wants a passphrase from Linux box, but not from windows (putty)

My Amazon EC2 instance running Ubuntu is no longer letting me ssh in via my local Linux system. I haven't changed a darned thing on either side but now it wants a passphrase and says nope when I ...
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Kerberos Forwarding in SSSD

So, I'm trying to set up forwarding with Kerberos and seem to have some problems. On some of my servers I'm able to forward after receiving a ticket; however, some I'm not. My system setup is a ...
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pam_tacplus.so and sshd: skip user validation?

I'm trying to implement tacacs authentication on a freebsd box as a client. The box is actually a network appliance that SHOULD have this config built into its cli/ui but doesn't. Since it's built ...
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X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication — on CentOS, for all users (including root)

I'm configuring a small computing cluster with CentOS. The last step is setting up X11 forwarding, and here I find problems that I cannot solve. On all compute nodes except one, I can set up ...
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Unable to SSH into Puppy Linux, even though SSHD is running

I installed OpenSSH client and server on my Puppy Linux computer. That computer is behind a router. I tried to ssh into it over the internet (outside the router) but it times out. Also doesn't work if ...
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Centos not respecting ClientAliveCountMax

I'm running Centos 6.3 and trying to connect to it via OS X through capistrano deploying a Rails project. Capistrano is notorious for not respecting ServerAliveInternal from the client so I must set ...