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Correct use of RSA Key Pairs

I have recently began making use of RSA Key pairs to login to various servers I manage and wanted to get some insight on best practice as I recently ran into some issues. Is it best practice to keep ...
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How to allow password authentication OR key authentication on CentOS 5.7?

is it possible to enable the use of password authentication or key authentication in CentOS 5.7? All I can find is setting PasswordAuthentication to no which forces the use of keys... Thanks
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Authenticate user(group) and encrypt port 8078 on a server using SSH2 keys?

I want to encrypt and authenticate port 8078 on a server running Jenkins using SSH keys (I'll pass our the public or private key as needed), and keep 8078 from being accessed by anything but SSH. I ...
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public key authentication fails ONLY when sshd is daemon

I have no clue on how this happens. The distro is Scientific Linux 6.1 and everything is set up to perform authentication via public key. Yet, when sshd is running as a daemon (service sshd start), it ...
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Wowza on EC2 Set up and Questions

I have a wowza instance installed and running on EC2, but I can't find the keypair file. I am trying to install another wowza instance on a different aws account. I have the following questions, I'd ...
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sshd helper program on access to authorized_keys

second question, second problem: I am searching for a way to dynamically let sshd search for public keys on my server. So, shortly spoken, I want, when authorized_keys is accessed by sshd, a helper ...
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Centralized management system for SSH keys?

We are looking to switch to key-based management of SSH logins, and wonder if there any key-management systems which would allow us to centrally manage the access keys world-wide. The system should ...
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Redis using lots of RAM, steadily increasing until I restart it

I have a simple redis installation and it seems to slowly eat more and more ram at a steady incline until I restart the redis server. I'm using redis as a caching layer, currently I don't set an ...
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.Net SqlClient Data Provider error when comparing keys in powershell DB install

I am trying to install Databases on a new windows 7 machine with powershell code that was meant for windows xp. I have been able to fix most of the problems as I have come across them but I have been ...
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What does this ssh error mean?

This is my last resort. I've been trying to figure out the problem here for hours. Here's the deal: I have copied my private key from machine #1 onto machine #2. Machine #1 is able to connect via ...
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SSL troubles - Generate .key from .crt? (AlphaSSL)

This is greatly troubling me, I have generated a .csr and .key file to send to dynadot (which sends that to AlphaSSL) with this command: openssl req -out foo.com.csr -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes ...
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sftp and public keys

I am trying to sftp into an a server hosted by someone else. To make sure this worked I did the standard sftp user@sftp.xxxxxx.com i was promted with the password and that worked fine. I am setting ...
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What are the Jenkins/Hudson key files for?

After I have installed Jenkins (on Windows), the program folder contains, among others, two files: identity.key (28 lines) -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- MIIEow...... ... -----END RSA PRIVATE ...
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What is sshkeys-lint

I was following some instructions on a website, and it told me to run sshkeys-lint to check ssh keys. I never heard of sshkeys-lint and can't apt-get. Is this a typo?
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ssh login with putty key from mac

I am trying to login to a server from a Mac with a key I made with putty (Win). The output, some of which is shown below looks like it is trying , but I dont have a passphrase, so I just hit enter ...
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RPM GPG keys for RHEL6 vs older versions

Is something different about the requirements of GPG key formats in RHEL6 that is stopping my standard GPG key being imported? it installs fine on RHEL4 and RHEL5 but not RHEL6, citing the key import ...
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general ssh security - certificate authentication

I've used this article: http://developer.apple.com/library/mac/#documentation/MacOSXServer/Conceptual/XServer_ProgrammingGuide/Articles/SSH.html in order to help set up ssh certificates (I'm on mac os ...
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VirtualBox VHD Image asking for Product Key

we used the tool from MS here to create a .VHD of an old XP laptop that has some important software on it. We intend to retire the laptop and use the VM exclusively so we can back it up, and keep it ...
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SSH key management software? [closed]

I'm trying to find good software to handle SSH keys in my organization. So far I've found keymaster by Envylabs. SKM by Jerome Boismartel. Both could be option if we had only couple of users but ...
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I have the private DSA key in PEM format. What do I do next to access SSH without a password?

I have the private DSA key in PEM format. What do I do next to access SSH without a password? Sample certificate in PEM format: ...
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Asymmetric key to import assemblies

To import the System.DirectoryServices assembly requires the following commands create asymmetric key asmKey_DirectoryServices from executable file = 'c:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.5072 ...
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How do I configure MySQL command line client key bindings?

I often use the mysql command-line client on an Ubuntu box. It works fine, except that the key bindings are wrong. Specifically, pressing "Home", "End", or "Delete" makes it output a ~ (tilde) ...
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IIS 7.5, Encryption Keys, and HRESULT: 0x80090005

When trying to assign a domain account to an IIS 7.5 app pool I get the following error: Details: Bad Data. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80090005) My research shows that this can happen when you copy ...
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Is it possible to convert a 1024 CSR to a 2048 CSR? (Sun ONE Webserver 6.1)

For a 2004 software combination (which means a 2004 webserver) it is letting out a CSR with a 1024 key length. The company we have been purchasing the SSLs from requires a 2048 bit key length. It it ...
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Freenx with ssh that requires keys?

Is it possible to connect to a Freenx server if ssh requires the use of keys instead of passwords? If so, how would I connect using the client?
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Leftmost column of Multi-column index not functioning as single column index

I was under the impression that an index like CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX IX_Name_Age ON People ( Name ASC, Age ASC ) would be used not only for a query like Select * From People WHERE Name = ...
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Can I use the same password for TrueCrypt as what I used when creating my Public Key?

I created and published a Public Key using gpg. I am now creating a TrueCrypt volume and wish to use the same password. Does knowing my public key, in this instance, make my TrueCrypt volume become ...
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User and Key Press Issues with Putty

Ubuntu Server newbie here, got some annoying issues with remote accessing my box with Putty. When I create a user and then login as that user, the terminal always starts with just '#' and not ...
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Generating a CSR to a specific cipher suite

I am having to generate a CSR for a private RPC interface that is secured using certificates. As part of the requirements, it is specified that the only compatiable suite is: ...
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linux ssh passphrase not working, but sftp works

I set up ssh with keys and it was working fine for a while. Ive just had a bit of a clean up and now some seriously weird things are happening, disabling terminal access from my server As I say SFTP ...
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How to stop SSH from falling back to password?

A script regularly initiates an SSH connection from one server to another, using SSH keys. However, once, the keys were briefly overwritten. This caused the SSH client to fall back to asking for a ...
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DNSSEC - First Signature

I'm testing DNSSEC with Bind 9.7.2-P2. I have a question regarding the first signature created over a zone that already exists. I'm using dynamic DNS. I create the first two keys: one KSK and one ...
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Key certificate interception

What prevents someone from intercepting most/all of my communication and forge a certificate? Even if I wish to get certificates from a key server, a man-in-the-middle can intercept my request and ...
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Which is faster, key_cache or OS cache?

In a tb with 1 mil. rows if I do (after I restart the computer - so nothing it's cached): 1. SELECT price,city,state FROM tb1 WHERE zipId=13458; the result is 23rows in 0.270s after I run 'LOAD ...
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Validating GPG key signature authenticity

I'm trying to validate the integrity of my httpd-2.2.17.tar.gz image. I followed the steps written in the following pages: http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi#verify ...
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DNSSEC - DNSKEY RRSIG not updated

Does anybody know why the DNSKEY RRsigs are not re-signed with dynamic update?? Regards
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DNSSEC - Dynamic Update

I'm testing key rollover with Dynamic Update. I'm using Bind 9.7.1-P2. When I change the key dates with the script dnssec-settime, named doesn´t update automatically the zone file unless I reload the ...
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How can I properly sign a package I modified and recompiled?

I ran dpkg-buildpackage after getting a apt-get source nginx of a backports version of nginx and modifying debian/rules to include the uwsgi module. The last results of the command were: dpkg-deb: ...
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Two-Factor Authentication - SSH using Keys & Local Account Password

Is it possible and feasible to setup a linux box to first require a valid key file before prompting for the user's local account credentials? Our setup is that we have to open ssh on a machine to the ...
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Setting up key based authentication for root

I connect to one linux machine with a standard user account and use sudo when it is necessary to perform something a little above my users station. One of those things would be to perform a pull ...
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Why isn't my public key allowing me to sign in without a password?

On my home network I have a server running Ubuntu and another desktop running Windows 7. I'm using cygwin on the Windows machine to ssh into the server. I attempted to set up keys between these two ...
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Capistrano security

We are using Capistrano in some systems as a deploy system. The new sysadmin we have says that our setup is really dangerous and I would like to know how to fix it. We have a deploy user called "foo" ...
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Simple PHP encryption

I'm looking for an asymmetric encryption library for php that can generate keys, hand out public keys and decrypt incoming messages with the corresponding private key. However, I'm a novice in the ...
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Old dell workstations need to have XP reinstalled but there are no restore disks; Besides ordering restore disk what is the best option?

All of the workstations are XP Pro oem from Dell. I need to reinstall XP and all I have access to are the MSDN copies of XP. I found a page on Dell's website where they would send you a free copy of a ...
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Policies for maintaining access credentials on EC2

Managing EC2 access keys and X.509 certificates can become challenging when you start to deal with large numbers of instances. Do any EC2 users here have good policies and/or tools for: rotating ...
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Where can I find the gpg key for dotdeb.org

Who knows where the gpg key for dotdeb.org repository (for debian lamp packages) can be found?
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Importing GPG Key

I have problems importing my GPG-Keys into my new installation of debian. I exportet the private-key a few years ago. Now I am trying to get everything running under a new debian. I tried to do ...
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ssh key questions

I have some questions regarding generating keys for ssh access: (1) Supposed there are two computers running ssh server service and I have generated a pair of key files on computer A and copy the ...
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Putty Help with @ Key

I am new to putty. I am pushing files to a customer with sftp command that includes @ sign in the command. e.g. sftp (login@IP Address) the session will not allow @ on the command line. It bounces ...
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Radius + SSH Key Authentication

Does anyone know if it is possible to configure pam to require both radius AND ssh-key to successfully authenticate ?