I'm using ubuntu 12.04. I'm using ssh for connecting to many servers daily, so I put their parameters in .ssh/config file; like this :
Host server1 User tux Port 2202 HostName xxx.x.xx.x
I know we should use key-pair ensure security, however sometimes we can't add public key into the remote machine (e.g. a public SSH server which accepting password and execute a specific command, or an user without a home directory).
So, is there a way to put passwords in this file, for each connection? So when the server asks for a password, the terminal puts its pass and send it to the server, so I need not type the password each time.