Recently, when connecting to a remote machine via SSH, I'm not able to get a stable SSH connection. It was working OK before, then the system got updated and its not stable anymore. (I connect to dozens of SSH systems daily, and admin some of them. But this one I really dont understand the behavior.)
At each connection tentative I get either: * WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! (RSA key changed) * If I accept the rsa change, I can connect... for a few seconds only ... and then, the RSA key is not valid any more.
So, yes... my first thought would be "oh my god, hackers"... but I hope there is another answer. Maybe there is some kind of proxy or weird routing going on? This is a remote datacenter in europe. I have the same problem no matter the machine I try to connect from.