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Managing multiple SSH agents - Wikitech
You use an ssh-agent to connect to your personal or company systems. You want to connect to Labs using an agent and you created a separate ssh key to connect to Labs, but you don't want to forward your personal key to Labs systems. If you just add both keys to your existing agent, they both get forwarded to Labs. It's a pain to constantly remove your personal key from your agent each time you want to connect to Labs. Additionally, you might be connected to both your personal system and labs simultaneously, so just removing the key is insufficent; you must run a separate ssh-agent. You don't want to run one agent per connection because then you have to type your passphrase on every connection (and you have a nice long secure passphrase on your key).
ssh  sshagent  tips 
3 days ago by wjy
Getting Started with SSH
SSH is an industry standard for remote management of Unix-like systems and many network devices. This article will walk you through its usage and configuration.


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SSH is an industry standard for remote management of Unix-like systems and many network devices. This article will walk you through its usage and configuration.


refrr:http://shiroyasha.io/
ssh  shell 
3 days ago by michaelfox
Security/Guidelines/OpenSSH - MozillaWiki
The goal of this document is to help operational teams with the configuration of OpenSSH server and client. All Mozilla sites and deployment should follow the recommendations below.

The Enterprise Information Security (Infosec, formerly OpSec) team maintains this document as a reference guide for operational teams.
openssh  ssh  security  guide 
3 days ago by tobym

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