Correct it is not, at the risk of being off topic there is no magic
wands, it would be nice if there was but minimizing any attack vector
I see the message now mentioning keys... sorry for the double post.
paul at clubi.ie wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Nov 2006, r.harron at ntlworld.com wrote:
>>> Good comments already mentioned but I can't believe noone has
>> mentioned key based authentication for the 1 user who requires sshd
>> access, that will mitigate the problem of people stealing passwords :-)
>> And open the problem that the security of the key is 'outsourced' to
> remote boxes.
>> SSH keys are not a magic wand..
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