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Tue, Jan 23, 2018 9:42 pm

Using key pairs with SSH

The Secure Shell (SSH) protocol provides a means one can use for secure, encrypted connections between systems for logins or file transfers. One can use a username and password to login from an SSH client to an SSH server or one can use a public and private key combination where a public key for a user's account is stored on a remote SSH server while a corresponding private key is stored on the system from which the user will initiate the SSH or SFTP connection. On Linux systems, private keys are normally stored in the .ssh directory beneath the home directory for your account. If you haven't created any keys yet, the directory may only contain a known_hosts file that contains public keys for servers you've previously logged into via SSH.

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