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- Thorir Magnusson
October 31, 2007, 3:27 pm
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Re: openssh two factor authentication
Thorir Magnusson wrote:
Well I suggest you want to make the ssh-server more secure. The normal way
to do this is to use dsa-keys and use passwords for the keys. In this case
I don't know how to crack the system.
To implement your way, you could set in /etc/paswd the shell to a program
that ask the second question and open a shell if the answer is right. But
be careful because this allows Portforwarding and I guess the call of
other commands :-( in the worstcase /bin/bash :-(((
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