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accepted In ssh, TCP connection before or after server authentication
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comment In ssh, TCP connection before or after server authentication
@grawity yes, thanks, i checked the keys in regedit and found that on clicking "no", it doesn't store keys. Didn't notice the message though, thought it was just the rsa-key and asking me if i trust or not.
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comment In ssh, TCP connection before or after server authentication
Now i think i understand ssh better, but still need to work on it. Thanks for your help.
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comment In ssh, TCP connection before or after server authentication
Thanks, -v showed very useful information, Almost everything in much simpler form than wireshark. And yes, wireshark generated the same output, but in linux it asked me whether or not to continue connection as the server was not trusted. Also, initial exchange is just algorithm negotiation. Random number for session keys are exchanged after accepting the certificate.
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comment In ssh, TCP connection before or after server authentication
Yeah, but why the keys are exchanged?, And the certificate window gave me three options,"yes", "no", "cancel". Selecting "no" would mean rejection, right?, But i was still able to login. The connection was terminated only when i selected "cancel".
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comment Why does FTP use two ports
Sounds reasonable but FTP seems to be a very old protocol and i assume that back then, they only did ftp through command line.
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comment Why does FTP use two ports
Which headers, i mean they both are same connections over TCP, i think the only the difference is the port numbers.
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answered Loopback address changes to public address automatically