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Jun
22
comment Is this a violation? using https service in intranet?
Certificate provider is from Digicert. there terms of condition is: digicert.com/security-terms.htm
Jun
22
accepted Is this a violation? using https service in intranet?
Jun
22
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Jun
22
asked Is this a violation? using https service in intranet?
Jun
19
comment Tell socat to listen to connections from a single IP address
Thank you. if i can use iptables i will use it too. But keep in mind why i mentioned micro-processors they strip all tools such as IPTables, SELinux etc because its micro embedded devices. as a result you have only few tools left such as socat only. But thank you.
Jun
19
accepted Tell socat to listen to connections from a single IP address
Jun
19
comment Tell socat to listen to connections from a single IP address
WOW - that resolves my problem. thanks a lot!!
Jun
19
asked Tell socat to listen to connections from a single IP address
Jun
10
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
Problem solved. The key file stored in the server was invalid a wrong key was used. i realized it after running $ ssh -ddd
Jun
10
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
I tried also to login from other OSX, Ubuntu, Fedora desktops and all giving me same issue.
Jun
10
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
I removed yum remove openssh-server and reinstalled it, but still same problem.
Jun
10
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
DEADLINE is tomorrow, i have to hand-over the server now to end-user. can anyone please tell how to fix it please?
Jun
9
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
NO my theory is wrong, still same problem. how can i fix it please?
Jun
9
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
I think i found the problem you can simulate it and its a CentOS 7 BUG or SSH BUG. We need to tell the SSH that look this 192.168.1.18 is simulated DNS holder of another original internet DNS.
Jun
9
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
192.168.1.18 is itself a CentOS 7 DNS Server which makes a local simulated internet. can that be the reason that /Users/sun thinks its real-internet but failed
Jun
9
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
Could this be caused because the 192.168.1.18 i am running a DNS server? which is a mirror of realworld cloud servers?
Jun
9
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
192.168.1.18 is CentOS 7 in LAN where /Users/sun/ is OSX in the same LAN. Other servers are not in LAN but they are in the cloud OVH, DigitalOcean. Same permissions we have in LAN and Cloud servers and yes same id_rsa file too.
Jun
9
comment How to make password-less login work
YES - please see unix.stackexchange.com/q/208152/11085 , CentOS 7 64-bit where i am trying to login with my id_rsa keys but its always failing.
Jun
8
comment How to make password-less login work
Same problem did not solved it yet.
Jun
8
comment CentOS 7 - ssh login is refused when i use ssh public key, but only works with username password
YES - they are valid. I have id_rsa, id_rsa.pub file only but no DSA. Beside that i have 50 CentOS, Ubuntu desktop/servers which i successfully login with this PC. I am confused now. The keys also i use to login github.com for push / pull. i am completely getting confused now.