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- SSH Password Authentication
- Sascha Kaddatz
November 18, 2005, 10:47 am
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I logged in from SUSE 9.3 Server via my shell to a UNIX Backup Server.
The authentication method is with a password. After the first login, I
never was asked again for the password on the UNIX Backup Server. The
log in worked without any authentication!! Is there something like a
password cache? I use OpenSSH.
Re: SSH Password Authentication
Not as such, no. There are however several authentication methods which
will allow you access without asking you for a password. You can see which
is being used by using the "-v" option to ssh.
It's also possible to misconfigure your system such that no authentication
is required (eg by messing with the PAM config files, or setting an
empty password and enabling PermitEmptyPasswords in sshd_config).
Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au)
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- Ertugrul Soeylemez
November 20, 2005, 7:10 am
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