Questions tagged as ['openssh']
I tried to connect to my sever through the ssh using ubuntu but it does not work.
sudo apt-get install openssh-server openssh-client [sudo] password for user: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done openssh-client is already the newest version (1:8.2p1-4ubuntu0.3). openssh-client set to manually installed. openssh-server is already the newest versio ...
Using the SSH opened port, it was possible to verify the folders and the files present, under the directory /usr/share/SecretFolder They are exposed without authentication. My question it's possible to forbid interaction with them. or to hide this folder. It's possible to configure that in the Makefile of OpenSSH. Anyway, I need a solution.
Based on Ubuntu 18.04,
I want to allow users to access only from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.(working time) on the SSH server. (used
I've looked up all the materials I think will help you from user management to PAM settings on Google, but I don't think there's any information to restrict access by SSH time zone.
(But, I have not to use firewall-related services like
If you can help ...
I've generated two keys on PuTTY: public and private. Using this software on windows I can connect to the server as usual.
Then I tried to copy those files in my ubuntu machine (21.04), and logged in loading the private key (open putty, write the
user@hostname and then load the private key at SSH>Auth), but there is unable to connect being rejected by the server as this error says:
Unable to loa ...
I'm trying to generate an
ed25519-sk SSH key in Ubuntu 20.04.03 LTS. However, I get a
255 error code when I try. I'm using OpenSSH version:
OpenSSH_8.2p1 Ubuntu-4ubuntu0.3, OpenSSL 1.1.1f 31 Mar 2020. See below for the command I'm using and its output:
$ ssh-keygen -vvv -t ed25519-sk Generating public/private ed25519-sk key pair. You may need to ...
/etc/ssh directory exists the following content:
moduli sshd_config ssh_host_ecdsa_key ssh_host_ed25519_key ssh_host_rsa_key ssh_import_id ssh_config sshd_config.ucf-dist ssh_host_ecdsa_key.pub ssh_host_ed25519_key.pub ssh_host_rsa_key.pub
I can see practically two categories:
- public/private keys
- configuration files
If any of those files for any of these categor ...
Ubuntu server gives me the option to install openssh. If I reject this, is there anything more I must do in order to completely disable SSH from my server?
root@Harshit:~# ssh root@my-ip
I am running ubuntu server 20.04 and out of the blue I am getting operation timeout. I was wondering how can I troubleshoot the issue.
I am using ufw and the connection port is open. so when I use
sudo ufw status , it shows me that the port is accessible.
When I run
systemctl status sshd I get that the process is active and that sshd is listening to 0.0.0.0 port xx and :: port xx
I can log on to ...
Description: I have created a ssh connection between my Windows Pc and Raspberry Pi. To so I followed the following steps:
Step 1: Somehow get the IP address of the Raspberry Pi. It should be something like this: 192.168.1.52
Step 2: Open a shell and access the Raspberry Pi via ssh:
You will need the password.
Step 3: In the home directory of the remote pc use these commands:
I'm trying to install openssh-server on a Ubuntu server 20.04. When I try to install it with the following command:
sudo apt-get install openssh-server
the process wants to install openssh-client, openssh-sftp-server and ssh-import-id. If I proceed and try to remove openssh-client, openssh-server and the other packages are removed too.
Is there a way to install openssh-server only?
I have tried to install ssh version 8.6 with ref link https://blog.jonkimi.com/2020/04/17/Upgrade-openssh-server-on-Ubuntu/. After installation when I run command "ssh -V" it shows latest version (8.6) but when I telnet it displays older version (8.2) of ssh. for Vulnerability Scan I am trying to install latest version of ssh in my Ubuntu 20.04 LTS system.
Please help me understand how to install ssh keychain on my Ubuntu under WSL in order for me to be able to configure my
.ssh/config file to use key chain. I've tried editing my config file that I created myself in my .ssh folder to add Usekeychain but it does not recognise that as a command.
I tried uninstalling my ssh server and re-installing it manually but nothing changed. I just got stuck in adding ...
I've already configure LDAP Servers on Ubuntu, and then it's successfull, so client can access user which is at on the database LDAP Servers from the linux local terminal, but when i'm try to remote my computer client via SSH using user on the database LDAP Servers, its refused. what exactly do i need to configure?
I set a bunch of keys that I use for various reasons like connecting to my personal website or various source control management platforms like GitHub or sourcehut. I was working as usually as recently as yesterday, but today suddenly none of my keys worked when I tried to connect with ssh. When I try to connect it just for example to my website it shows this screen:
# ssh -vvv -i ~/.ssh/digitaloce ...
I have two laptops, one running Ubuntu (server) and another running Debian (client), and I want to use ssh to log in to the shh server. While on my router's network, using the private IP address of the server works fine. However, as soon as I leave the network (client), such as connecting to my phone's hotspot or using some other network with internet access, I can no longer connect, using either the pu ...
I'm new to ubuntu .. i tried to connect pc remotely using ssh and checked firewall to allow
port 22 work .. i used this command to cnnect
ssh: connect to host 220.127.116.11 port 22: Connection timed out
i could connect the server with ip local but public ip address not
ping 18.104.22.168 in the
client and got
PING 22.214.171.124 (126.96.36.199) 5 ...
The below error message is seen while running a playbook that uses a Vagrant environment to log in to the machine.
An error occurred in the underlying SSH library that Vagrant uses. The error message is shown below. In many cases, errors from this library are caused by ssh-agent issues. Try disabling your SSH agent or removing some keys and try again. If the problem persists, please report a bug t ...
I have installed the openssh-server to test with ssh, but since then, whenever I boot up the system, the server starts running at port 22, which I feel is a security risk when I am connected with WiFi (and maybe it even hogs a lot of RAM).
So my questions are
- How to control from the terminal whether the service starts at boot. I understand it has something to do with systemd, but so ...
Has OpenSSH introduced a change that requires
\n at the end of the private key file (id_rsa)? Previously I was on Ubuntu 18.04 and I believe
\n at the end of the file was working. Now on Ubuntu 20.04, ssh does not work if
id_rsa does not have
\n at the end of the file.
$ diff id_rsa.bak.od id_rsa.od 163,164c163,164 < 000a20 K E Y - - - - - < 000a29 --- & ...