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212.3 - Secure Shell (Advanced SSH - Using SSH Keys for Authentication)

Length: 00:11:45

Lesson Summary: We can create and exchange a public key with remote systems so that we can use our private key thereafter to authenticate without a password if we choose. We will generate our keys and show two methods of exchanging them with the remote system. After, we can talk about two-factor authentication with a key passphrase to secure our keys and still have the convenience through using a special utility called the ssh-agent.


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