I'm setting up a fresh Ubuntu 13.04 server. I created some users and copied their public keys for ssh authentication to their home folders. Login via password will be disabled. Everything works fine ...
I manage a virtual office and our staff uses both SSH keys and passwords for authentication. If one of our staff forgets his password, is there a way to encrypt a temporary password using his public ...
I'm trying to disable logging in by password on a remote Ubuntu server, so that it's only accessible by using the encrypted key file thingy (I'm not totally clear on the terminology). I followed ...
This morning when sshing in, server asks for password (has never happened. normally use identity file)
I always log in to my server(Amazon EC2) by: ssh -i blahblah.pem firstname.lastname@example.org This morning the server asked for a password which I never set. I thought this could mean either my key(pem file) is ...
I would like for sshd to verify the users' public key and then prompt for their password, rather than just one or the other. Is this possible?