How to Set Up An SSH Key Agent

Last week I showed you how to set up cryptographic authentication for SSH. We got as far as the more secure part. In an analysis of a multi-year collection of several million SSH break-in attempts I didn’t see one that tried guessing cryptographic keys. Willie Sutton supposedly said that he robbed banks because that’s where […]
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Set Up SSH Keys For Easier And More Secure Authentication

This week I will show you how to set up cryptographic authentication. Two Benefits at Once! Security and convenience are usually at odds, an increase in one usually has the collateral damage of driving the other one down. But cryptographic authentication is a rare opportunity to make things both more secure and easier to use. […]
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Password Rules Accomplish Things, But Not Necessarily What You Expect Or Want

I am very skeptical of passwords. Rules for password length and complexity may offer a feeling that you are behaving safely but they provide much less security than promised. As we see in Learning Tree’s Cloud Security Essentials course, the major cloud providers configure their Linux servers providing the majority of the cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service so […]
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