Secure Shell (SSH) is a protocol primarily for encrypted shell connections.

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Random SSH entries in Auth.log out of date order

Running an Ubuntu Trusty 14.04.1 LTS server at Rackspace but recently after running updates for bash, then with the reboots for the xen host vulnerability, I have the following weird issue. Some ...
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How to get OpenSSH to use OCSP for revocation

As the title says, is there any (free) library, patch, etc. that allows OpenSSH to be configured to check x.509 certificate revocation via OCSP (online certificate status protocol)? If so, can you ...
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Interactive commands with vagrant ssh. Backspace does not erase character

I have up and running Ubuntu precise32 vagrant machine. Now I have some scripts on this guest machine. Those scripts are interactive and are not part of the provisioning. What I want is to execute ...
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Cannot SSH from Production Server to Backup Server until Restart SSH on Backup Server

We have a hosted dedicated server running CentOS 6.5 that is the production server for our website. I have a local server that has been repurposed as a backup server also with CentOS 6.5 and is here ...
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sshd accepting pub key authentication only for root

I have a peculiar problem with a headless linux box. It's a very high level "embedded" system supposed to handle NAS + mail + ftp + svn + a lot of other server stuff. I received it preinstalled and I ...
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SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND variable not getting set

I am working with two servers, both of which run FreeBSD 8.4-RELEASE-p1 and OpenSSH_6.1p1. Both servers' ssh_config files, located in /etc/ssh, are identical. Both servers are configured to allow ...
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Specifying multiple SSH signed certificates for one Identity file

I am looking to implement signed certificates for SSH authentication. I have followed the steps here and am now trying to figure out how I am going to implement it on my systems. As an example, we ...
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ssh to ILO on a DL380 gives key_verify failed for server_host_key

When I try to do connect to the ILO 4 of a DL380 I get the following error: ssh -vvv ilo@me2_ilo OpenSSH_4.3p2, OpenSSL 0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 01 Jul 2008 debug1: Reading configuration data ...
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OpenSSH server accepts public key then immediately closes the connection without any error message

I am trying to connect to an SSH server I was able to connect to in the past but using different OpenSSH client versions. Starting from a Cygwin OpenSSH_6.6.1, OpenSSL 1.0.1g 7 Apr 2014 client, going ...
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Ssh issues on Google Compute Engine

I've just updated a few servers to the newer version of the gce stack, and I've started having some ssh issues that I'm not quite sure how to fix. I've already looked into issues with the firewall, ...
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Make SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND available in AuthorizedKeysCommand context

Using SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND in AuthorizedKeys is so helpful, I'd like to know how to access it in the AuthorizedKeysCommand context (via env ?). Is this possible ? can anybody give me advice on going ...
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EC2 Ubuntu SSH Stops Working

I use about 15 EC2 instances to run some services. They are hosted on EC2 and run Ubuntu. Every once in a while the SSH stops working and the "Reachability Status" in the EC2 console shows that it is ...
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sshd running at 100%

I'm running an Ubuntu/WordPress server on Amazon EC2 which is experiencing problems every 24-48 hours: I get a CPU alarm from EC2, log into the server, and discover sshd is running at 99.9% CPU. This ...
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How do I obtain the ssh public key from my VSphere ESXi 5.1 host hypervisor residing in vcenter with puppet-enterprise cloudprovisioner

I am using the learn puppet 3.1 vm and trying to connect to a host hypervisor. I followed the instructions to create a .fog file under root which includes a yaml hash, and I read that the yaml hash ...
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Configure SSH while using UCARP for failover

I have SSH installed, and UCARP configured to fail over a virtual IP when one of the two boxes goes down. The problem that I'm having is when a VM is running, and the ucarp interface is active ...
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configure OpenSSH to prefer public key auth, fall back to empty password auth

I would like to configure OpenSSH 6.2p2 for a service account (we'll call it "serviceacct") with an empty password which does the following: First try public key authentication; if it succeeds then ...
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Amazon EC2 Instance running Ubuntu doesn't connect with non ec2-user

I have an Amazon EC2 instance running Ubuntu 10.04. I created my new user with sudo useradd -d /some/path new_user. Using the new_user, I created a new rsa key, using ssh-keygen -t rsa in the ...
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Gitlab - Cannot: create new project, list team members, add SSH keys or clone / push

I have just installed Gitlab on my Centos 6.4. At first glance everything seems to be working fine but for some reason, I have the following issues...: Add a new project : (Similar issues when ...
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Unable to force passphraseless ssh authentication while port forwarding

I'm completely at a loss as to what is preventing my local machine from authenticating the connection that is being forwarded from the remote server. I've read a ton of the posts on here regarding ...
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KVM on Ubuntu: Port forwarding to a guest VM

I installed kvm and set several guests on a server using vmbuilder. Here is the following configuration : server host1 (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) -> guest vm1 (192.168.0.3) ...
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Phing SSH connection to Amazon EC2 fails to authenticate

I'm trying to connect to Amazon EC2 with phing. This is my script. <ssh username="ec2-user" pubkeyfile="C:\Users\asd\Downloads\aws-nr1.public" ...
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linode cloud server, symfony and phar

Okay, So I've recently got a linode cloud server running Ubuntu 12.04. I got it configured with the default symfony2.0 installation, but I've got a project that runs on the Symfony2.1 installation.. ...
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SSH reverse tunnel for Windows RDP

Microsoft RDP seems to behave strangely when forwarded via ssh reverse (-R) tunnel. Some products can handle it without a problem (i.e. tunnelier) some fail (libssh2, putty). When connected, the ...
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SSH on Windows 7/Cygwin periodically fails to resolve hostname

Whenever I run ssh inside of cygwin on Windows 7 I get the error: ssh: Could not resolve hostname ... Non-recoverable failure in name resolution lost connection If I try the same command ...
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RTP Streaming with VLC and remote control

I'd like to set up a remotely controlled (through SSH) streaming server with VideoLAN VLC. I managed start the RTP stream through SSH with the command: cvlc v4l2:///dev/video0 --sout ...
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secured (relayed) NX setup

I am constructing a "secured" NX environment, and need some help. The situation is: there are 3 machines, A, B, C, where B is the "gateway" between A and C, in another word, A and C can never ...
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RDP or SSH connection trough Windows 2008 server VPN hang after a while

I have been experiencing a very strange issue with our VPN setup on Windows Server 2008. That server is running as a Xen Virtual Machine. We use it for two purposes, permit our mobile workers to ...
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SSH to an ubuntu machine using avahi

I have an ubuntu box that I connect to using avahi. Connecting to that box works fine for all services (I regularly use AFP, SSH and SMB on it) but I've noticed that whenever I connect to it from a ...
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How do I set up an ssh -w tunnel VPN between AWS VPC and a Linode?

I'm probably not going to use this for the long term, but I still want to know why this isn't working. I've set up a simple ssh tunnel from my Linode instance to one AWS EC2 instance within my VPC. ...
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Why is rsnapshot claiming source directory doesn't exist?

I'm trying to set up a backup system using rsnapshot which will copy files from a remote location into a local one. I've got rsnapshot set up, as far as I can see correctly, but when I run rsnapshot ...
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Managing Linux server from PowerShell using built-in credentials

I am the admin of a small Linux cluster running Ubuntu Server 14.04 and my workstation is Windows 10 Technical Preview (yes, a bold move to use it in production). There is an excellent free scriptable ...
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Unable to use rsnapshot to sync non-owned files but able to do it with plain rsync command

I am trying to use rsnapshot to sync remote file to my own computer. However, I have some trouble when I need to access files which are not owned by user who is SSH-ing to the remote machine. My ...
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GSSAPITrustDns option missing from OpenSSH-6.7

I need to use the GSSAPITrustDns option to connect to a round robin service using Kerberos authentication. This works correctly using OpenSSH 5.3 and 6.6.1p1 on a selection of machines. I have an Arch ...
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Centralize way to prevent interactive logins

I have an Ubuntu server that is used for two primary purposes for my students: To hold on to files that students need to temporarily upload for my assessment (ie: I give them an input image, and ...
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Automatically add rules to iptables when an user logs in or logs out with ssh?

I'm looking for a solution to automatically add couple of rules to iptables when an user logs in and remove those rules when it logs out. I'd like to get somehow get the ip address of the user from ...
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SSH without invoking shell

I've managed to mess up some shared libraries on my system, and now my shell cannot be run, thus locking me out of the system. Both ssh, sftp, and scp, as configured on the remote system, seem to rely ...
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Match Group restriction in sshd_config does not work

I have got two groups in sshd_config: AllowGroups sftpusers sshusers And I have two groups below subsystem sftp /usr/lib/openssh/sftp-server: Match Group sftpusers,!sshusers ...
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Investigate strange message from syslog@stock

I've noticed that when I'm logged into my server I sometimes get spammed a message from syslog@stock. On this server I am running a website built with Laravel and a Teamspeak 3 server running with ...
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Multiple Reverse SSH Tunnels using Single Port

I am able to accept reverse SSH connections from multiple remote systems on a single server using a port for each connection: Remote A: ssh -fN -R5000:localhost:22 user@server-ip -p22 Remote B: ssh ...
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How do I install a bitnami LAMP module by SSH command line?

This is a pretty straightforward question that I cannot seem to find an answer for. I already have a running Bitnami LAMP stack on an Amazon EC2 instance. Where do put the installer ...
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Elastic beanstalk access private git repo

I am trying to currently add an ssh key to my elastic beanstalk instances using .ebextensions commands. The keys I have stored are in my application code and I try to copy them to the root .ssh ...
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SSH Fails to Disconnect after Interruption

I have a set of issues, all combining to make for one nasty problem. The background: I have a server behind a firewall reverse tunneling using an external VPS (we'll call the server "the server" and ...
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Trusty Tahr 14.04 update disables SSH

Ive recently been updating some servers on AWS from Ubuntu 12.04 LTS to 14.04. For some updates the SSH Daemon does not appear to start correctly after the final reboot. Although all other service ...
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How to add two-factor authetntication to ssh?

I am trying to add 2FA to sshd using PAM from oathtool package. I want two ways to login to server: publickey and 2FA, or password and 2FA So far I managed to add 2FA to publickey authentication, ...
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TUN/TAP VPN no internet connection

I have set up a tun/tap vpn to a VPS. For this, I created a 10/24 network and gave the server the IP 10.0.0.100 and my client got 10.0.0.200. I can now successfully ping the server / access my mail ...
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Slow first login to a AD-joined Samba box

I have joined my first Debian box to an Active Directory (2008 R2). It works, I can log in with AD credentials, browse Samba shares. There is just a problem with the time it takes for someone to log ...
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Passwordless public key is not working

this is my fist help ask here despite being a daily reader in order to learn. I am working on a Unix environment (both Solaris and Aix servers) and my public key suddenly stopped working after ...
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LXC and proxying port 22 (ssh)

I have installed LXC on my Ubuntu 12.04 server and have created a couple of containers. I have only 1 external IP address, thus I am using nginx on my host machine to proxy HTTP requests from certain ...
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ssh fails through http proxy with corkscrew

I'm trying to SSH to a remote server through an HTTP proxy using corkscrew and the following stanza in ~/.ssh/config: Host target ProxyCommand corkscrew proxy 80 remote.host.ip 443 ~/.ssh/proxyauth ...
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Identify mystery output on ssh login

How can I find where this dbus-launch error output is coming from? At first I thought it was related to motd but I currently have that disabled. X11Forwarding is turned off in my sshd_config as well ...