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- Bernd Schubert
July 1, 2005, 10:53 am
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as system administrator I always think that its a very bad idea that secret
keys can be passwordless. One can tell the people a thousand times to
choose a very secure password for their secret key - the next moment they
press just enter when asked for the password, or they choose a very weak
Does anyone here now a password crack program for ssh secret keys? Something
like 'john the ripper' or similar?
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