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I have to access a certain set of Linux machines where control is governed by VPN access, and passwords on the individual systems are effectively not kept secure or secret (security through obscurity). Don't tell me this is a bad practice, I didn't set it up, it's a corporate thing, and it's not in my court to change it.

I could try to add my public key to /root/.ssh/authorized_keys on every individual machine on the said network, but I think a cleaner solution would be to simply use the default password with ssh.

Is there any way to do this with ssh on OS X?

marked as duplicate by cuonglm, Michael Homer, Anthon, polym, jasonwryan Jul 31 '14 at 7:14

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