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- Darren Dunham
April 1, 2004, 12:19 am
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[snip description of security on known_hosts file.]
Well, I think the most secure thing to do would be to have root populate
the known_hosts file with the host keys of all machines that the admin
user should be accessing. It shouldn't take long, and it'll make sure
that the host is correct. You'll have to update that if host keys are
Another thing to do is just to use another user hostkey file that's not
owned by root. In fact the user can probably do this today...
ssh -o UserKnownHostFile=/tmp/my_known_hosts ...
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