On Thu, 23 Nov 2006, Niall O Broin wrote:
> It's not really a question of "magic bullets", more a question of
> how you minimise your exposure.
SSH keys don't minimise your exposure, they /change/ it. Reducing
(removing essentially) one vector, while opening up others. It seems
like this would be obvious to people, yet I get the impression when
people advocate ssh keys they've not considered the latter..
There are other ways...
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