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This occurs when the emergency shell is enabled. This debugging shell is spawned when dracut is unable to mount the root filesystem. Since the passwords are on the root filesystem, authentication isn't really possible at this early stage. Check the kernel command line for rd.shell. This option should be set to 0 or be absent, to disable the emergency shell. ...
Use a reservation as shown in Example 10.3. Static IP address using DHCP to fix the address to a particular MAC. The reserved address is not allocated to any other host requesting an address.
If the malware is going to run using your credentials then I don't think SELinux is the right tool for this job as anything you may put in place would surely stop you from accessing the key too. Private keys come with a built in security mechanisms that working together are very strong. The keys have to be readable only by their owner. If you add a strong ...
The appropriate way to hide private keys from those who are allowed to use them is a hardware security module (a smartcard or something works well). You can do this with some effort for SSH keys (a google search turns up this tutorial about it with some clunky hardware and GPG). However, if you are worried about something that isn't a shell from getting ...
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