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Linux/Mac Tutorial: SSH Key-Based Authentication - How to SSH Without a Password
 
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In this Linux/Mac terminal tutorial, we will be learning how to configure ssh keys so that we can login to our servers without a password. Not only is this more convenient, but it is also more secure. This also allows us to write automated scripts to talk to our servers without the need of putting in passwords constantly. Let's get started. How to Create a Network of Machines in VirtualBox with SSH Access: https://youtu.be/S7jD6nnYJy0 ✅ Support My Channel Through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/coreyms ✅ Become a Channel Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCezIgC97PvUuR4_gbFUs5g/join ✅ One-Time Contribution Through PayPal: https://goo.gl/649HFY ✅ Cryptocurrency Donations: Bitcoin Wallet - 3MPH8oY2EAgbLVy7RBMinwcBntggi7qeG3 Ethereum Wallet - 0x151649418616068fB46C3598083817101d3bCD33 Litecoin Wallet - MPvEBY5fxGkmPQgocfJbxP6EmTo5UUXMot ✅ Corey's Public Amazon Wishlist http://a.co/inIyro1 ✅ Equipment I Use and Books I Recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/coreyschafer ▶️ You Can Find Me On: My Website - http://coreyms.com/ My Second Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/coreymschafer Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CoreyMSchafer Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoreyMSchafer Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coreymschafer/ #Linux #Mac
Views: 43481 Corey Schafer
How to Use Putty with SSH Keys on Windows
 
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In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to use PuTTY with SSH keys in windows. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ In this easy step by step tutorial, you will learn how to use PuTTY as an SSH client in Windows. PuTTY is communication software available freely over the internet, which uses several network protocols including SSH. Logging in using PuTTY SSH keys allows the only those people who have a valid key pair, which further prevents any threat of unwanted hacking of data. Step#1: Configuring PuTTY terminal First of all, open up the PuTTY terminal. Over here, enter the host for the server which you want to connect to. Let's enter an IP address of one of the host here and leave the port to default. Step#2: Authorization With that done, let's move to the SSH option in the category portion, expand it and then click on the "Authorization" option. Here, browse for the Key File which will be automatically made when configuring this connection. Locate the file and then click on the OK button. Step#3: Connecting to SSH Server Once you are done with that, a terminal will open up and will prompt you for the username. Specify the username and hit enter. After that, the connection would be established completely, enabling you to perform any tasks depending upon the permissions set by the administrator. Step#4: Generate SSH Key Now let's see how we can generate the SSH keys. For that, open up the Putty key generator. Over here, click on the Generate button next to the "Generate a public/private Key pair" option, in the Actions section. Step#5: Encrypting and saving SSH Key You can also change the type of parameters according to your requirements, and even change the bits over here. When prompted to generate some randomness, keep moving the cursor over the blank screen over here. This step is basically used by the application for securing the encryption. Random movements can be hard to re-generate and the sequence produced by your movements is calculated by the application. Once the process completes, it will show you the encryption key in the preview area. To save this key, click on the Save Private Key button and it will prompt you with a notification asking you whether you want to create a key without a passphrase. Hit yes to ignore it for now and then specify the location for the file. Your PuTTY SSH key file would be saved with the ".ppk" extension. And that pretty much covers the basics of using PuTTY with SSH keys in windows.
Creating and using SSH keys
 
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Creating and using SSH keys As the third video in this series on making SSH access to a CentOS Linux server more secure, this tutorial will show you: How to Create and Use SSH Keys with PuTTY With this video tutorial, you will learn how to use SSH keys to connect to a CentOS server from a Windows PC, using the PuTTY SSH client and PuTTYgen utilities. You can download PuTTY and the PuTTYgen utilities from the URL displayed in this video and from the link in the text below. To generate a set of RSA keys, launch the PuTTYgen utility. RSA is a cryptosystem for public-key encryption. On the PuTTYgen Key Generator screen, make sure the "SSH-2 RSA" option is selected, then click the “Generate” button, and move your mouse around the area, as instructed on the screen. This will generate some randomness and will take a few seconds to complete, as seen in the progress bar. Once complete, you will see a generated public/private key pair. In the "Key comment:" field you can enter any comment you like to help you identify the generated key pair. Click the "Save public key," choose location to save it, name the file as you like and click "Save." On the PuTTY Key Generator screen, click the "Save private key" On the "PuTTYgen Warning" window, click "Yes." Choose the location to save the file, name the file as you like, and click "Save." The location of the files can be the same, but ensure that only you have access to it and that you do not lose the keys. Next, right click in the text field beneath, "Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_keys file:" and choose "Select All." Right click again and choose "Copy." Now, you will save your copied public key log to the CentOS server. Open the terminal and at the command prompt type mkdir ~/.ssh and press Enter. Then, type chmod 0700 ~/.ssh and Enter. Next, type touch ~/.ssh/authorized_keys and Enter. Then, type chmod 0644 ~./ssh/authorized_keys and Enter. Now you will edit the authorized keys system file. At the prompt, type sudo vi ~./ssh/authorized_keys and press Enter to execute the editor. If prompted to enter sudo password type your user's password and press Enter. On the editor screen, press the Insert. key and right click your mouse to paste the copied public key. Press the Esc. key, type :w and press Enter to save the file. Type :q and press Enter to exit the editor. To configure the PuTTY profile in your Windows PC, open the PuTTY utility. In the "Host Name (or IP address)" field enter your server's IP In the "Port" field, enter the custom port configured during the “How to Change the Default SSH Port” tutorial. Make sure the "Connection type:" is SSH. In the "Category:" section on the left pane under “Connection,” choose "Data." In the "Auto-login username" field, enter the user name you created in the How to Create a New User tutorial. Go to the "Category:" section in the left pane and under “Connection,” expand "SSH." Under "SSH," highlight "Auth" to access the Options controlling SSH authentication screen. In the "Authentication parameters" section click the "Browse..." button and browse to the location where your private key file is stored. Choose it and click "Open." In the "Category:" section in the left pane, highlight "Session," and enter a chosen name for the profile in the "Saved Sessions" field and click “Save.” Choose the newly saved profile, and click "Open" to connect to your CentOS server using the SSH key pair. Thanks for joining us and return often to see new tutorials from Superb.net.
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Part 6 - Adding SSH Key to GitHub [Git-ing Started with Git Series]
 
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Do you hate typing in your username and password for GitHub everytime you make a push? Well that ends today because we are going to learn to generate an SSH key for our computer and to attach it to our GitHub account. You can get all the code snippets here: http://devmarketer.io/learn/set-ssh-key-github/ Coming Up: We clone (copy) and fork projects from github to our computer. --- MORE FROM THIS SERIES --- Previous Video [Part 5]: https://youtu.be/YsCFTZ8FqcQ Next video [Part 7]: Coming Soon Full Playlist for the "Git-ing Started with Git" Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwAKR305CRO-fenwcN2-IC0rgaB6vaJgD — DEVMARKETER INSIDER — Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider - A weekly (once a week) email newsletter to fans that want to know everything that is happening with DevMarketer, including announcements and articles not published on this channel. No spam ever, I promise, unsubscribe anytime. https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 --- FOLLOW ME --- Subscribe for New Releases! Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) --- QUESTIONS? --- Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me [email protected] Thanks for all your support! --- Tags: Git basics and learning git tutorial. Best tutorial git easiest tutorial git. Git on Mac, Linux, Windows. Tutorials with Alex, devmarketer
Views: 54296 DevMarketer
SSH Problem: Key Exchange Algorithm | macOS & Cisco
 
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Seit macOS Sierra funktionieren manche SSH-Verbindungen nicht mehr. Das liegt daran, dass Apple standardmäßig keine unsicheren "Key Exchange Algorithm" erlaubt, wie z.B. Diffie-Hellman-Group1-SHA1. Im Video zeige ich eine Lösung für dieses Problem. Außerdem erfährst du, wie du den SSH Key Exchange Algorithm an einer Cisco ASA Firewall umstellst. OpenSSH Legacy Options: https://www.openssh.com/legacy.html Musik: "Ersatz Bossa" von John Deley and the 41 Players (YouTube Audio Library)
Views: 639 Björn Albers
How to use SSH Public Key authentication
 
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SSH keys provide a simple and yet extremely secure way to connect to a remote computer or a server. You can get $25 at UpCloud to test SSH features: https://upcloud.com/signup/?promo=alu25 In this video, you will learn: 0:41 Why use SSH keys 1:23 How to create SSH keys 2:14 What’s the difference between private and public keys 2:45 How to add SSH keys to a remote computer 5:18 How to disable password login and allow only the SSH key login 6:35 How to use SSH keys for password-less login 7:19 How to use SSH authentication agent and avoid typing you ssh key passphrase many times The commands are available at https://averagelinuxuser.com/how-to-use-public-key-authentication/ How to Set up a Virtual Private Server https://youtu.be/KD6tR_0TozQ How to install SSH keys https://youtu.be/47hjFcf8LKk All Linux Server tutorials https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSmXPSsgkZLthWDi-saRez602Y8uixQBC Tags: #SSH #UpCloud #AverageLinuxUser ################################################ Website: http://averagelinuxuser.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AverageLinuxUser Twitter: http://twitter.com/AVGLinuxUser
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Easy & Fast SSH Key Based Authentication for Digital Ocean
 
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This is my favorite method for adding a key pair to my droplets. Need a virtual server? Try Digital Ocean! They have a new pricing and hardware structure that is awesome! SSH authentication using keys is much more secure that password based authentication! Use this quick guide to get up and going with key based authentication when you spin up your droplet! Then when you don't need SSH disable it via the firewall!! Do some Googling on Key Management! Digital Ocean Referral Link: https://m.do.co/c/39aaf717223f My Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/shop/williehowe Puttygen download: https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/latest.html Buy Girl Scout cookies from my daughter here: https://digitalcookie.girlscouts.org/scout/alysabelle718896 If you're not in Peoria use the shipping option as we don't deliver outside of Peoria. Consulting Contact: https://h5technology.com Support Agreement: https://h5technology.com/support Support my channel and keep the lab growing! Come back for the next video! Twitter - @WillieHowe Instagram - @howex5 SUBSCRIBE! THUMBS-UP! Comment and Share!
Views: 5320 Willie Howe
Webinar: Setting Up SSH Keys
 
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Let Elizabeth and Eddie walk you through everything you need to know about setting up SSH keys for your ExaVault account. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Video Transcript: We're going to go over how to go into your ExaVault account and set up SSH keys for your users. SSH keys are a great way to let users connect to an ExaVault account without having to transmit a password. It can be common for new accounts where you're planning on doing SFTP transfers, or where a customer or a vendor is requiring the use of SSH keys. SSH keys themselves come in pairs. There's a public key and a private key. The private key gets stored on the local computer of the user that will connect to ExaVault. The public portion of the key gets stored inside your account. They can be a little tricky to get set up, but the great news is that once they are up and running, you don't have to do anything else with them. How do SSH keys work with ExaVault? SSH keys get stored inside the user's home folder in a special folder named dot SFTP. If you want to use SSH keys, you'll need to have that dot SFTP folder located in that user's home folder. In addition, the key itself has to be in a particular format - it must be named authorized underscore keys in order to be recognized by the ExaVault server. The easiest way to get started with SSH keys is just to let ExaVault make the keys for you. All you have to do is go to the user's page, find the user that you want to create SSH keys for, and choose the generate SSH keys option. It does an automatic download on your system. This is the private key, but the public key is already in place. You don't have to do anything else apart from importing your private key into your SFTP client. If you're providing a public key, we can certainly use it on ExaVault. The first thing you'll need to do is check to see if the key is in the proper format. If you have access to the private key, you can just upload the public key into the dot SFTP directory and make sure it's named authorized underscore keys. Then simply make an SFTP connection using that private key and see if it works. If you don't have access to the private portion of the key for testing, you can open up the key file in a text editor to view the key. You'll see "begin SSH2 public key" at the top and "end" at the bottom. This doesn't guarantee it's correct, but this is a pretty good indicator that you've got to key in the correct format. If your's doesn't look like that, there's a good chance that it's going to look a little something like this. A lot of times it will have a little prefix where I've got the SSH hyphen rsa, so this is absolutely a valid SSH key. It's just not in the format that the ExaVault server will recognize. We'll need to do a little tech wizardry to convert it into a format the server can use. We have directions on our help page for setting up SSH keys. There's a ssh-keygen command that can be used to reformat your key. On a Mac, open up a terminal, make sure that you're in the location where your key is stored, then use that command to convert your key. Then run that command and it will make a new file that has the reformatted key. The new key is now in the proper format ready to be uploaded as soon as you rename the file to authorized underscore keys. If you happen to be a windows user, you won't be able to jump out to the command line and make this transformation quite so easily. If you get the public keys stored into the dot SFTP folder and let us know about it, we can take a look at the key and make that final transformation for you. Is it possible to make my own key pair from scratch? Yes. But we recommend letting ExaVault make the keys for you if that's at all possible because those will be in the right format and you won't have to do any extra work. Is it possible to have more than one key pair in my authorized underscore keys file? Yes, in cases where you have multiple users who are using the same home folder. Take your keys and list them one after another in the file. You'll have your first key is there and then immediately after it you put the next key and keep going - as many as you need. This helps to not transmit your password all the time for security reasons and can help with automated processes where you don't want to be typing in a password every time. If you need help with SSH keys, reach out to [email protected] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Be sure to subscribe for more informational videos. ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzy6VJFy90bpb-UFDMKsEeg STAY TUNED: ExaVault ► https://www.exavault.com/ YouTube ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzy6VJFy90bpb-UFDMKsEeg Facebook ►https://www.facebook.com/ExaVault Twitter ►https://twitter.com/ExaVaultInc
Views: 68 ExaVault, Inc.
Secure OpenSSH Keys
 
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In this video we show how to avoid weak SSK Keys but setting your own options and moving away from the defaults. Securing both the channel and the private key Additionally you can find my video courses on Pluralsight: http://pluralsight.com/training/Authors/Details/andrew-mallett and take time to see my own site http://www.theurbanpenguin.com
Views: 1389 theurbanpenguin
SSH | SSH KEYGEN | Set up SSH keys
 
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SSH | SSH KEYGEN | Set up SSH keys It covers how to ssh key gen options, ssh linux,ssh ubuntu,copy ssh key,add ssh key to server
How to create/generate SSH key for GitLab
 
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This New Video shows how to generate SSH keys for GitLab Profile (2017) in user settings, option just above GPG Keys for windows OS using Git Bash GUI. It actually creates a Public SSH Key. Before getting started: 1) You must download & Install Git for Windows. Link for Git for Windows - https://git-scm.com/downloads Download 32 bit/64 bit .exe file based on your system configurations. Sound - Track: Areo Chord & Anuka - Incomplete (Muzzy Remix) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/1dEyXpdpwWE Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/IncompleteMuzzyRemixYO
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GnuPG for SSH authentication
 
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Reference Blog : https://8gwifi.org/docs/gpg.jsp Reference book : http://leanpub.com/crypto GnuPG for SSH authentication Install necessary Packages , monkeysphere provides openpgp2ssh apt-get install monkeysphere apt-get install rng-tools apt-get install gnupg-agent Start gpg-agent eval $( gpg-agent --daemon --disable-scdaemon --enable-ssh-support ) Verify Agent is running vm2-$ eval `ssh-agent -s` Export the Authentication key vm2-$ gpg --export-options export-reset-subkey-passwd,export-minimal,no-export-attributes --export-secret-subkeys 20EE3BF8 | openpgp2ssh 20EE3BF8 vm2-$ ssh-add -l 2048 02:b2:c5:0f:e9:3a:66:fe:79:5d:4f:07:e7:dc:5a:8a .anishn (RSA) copy this authorized key to the remote machine
Views: 404 Zariga Tongy
SSH # :linux connection with public key
 
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Cómo establecer una conexión SSH en Linux con clave publica. Instalar openssh en Cliente (MANJARO) sudo pacman -S openssh Instalar ssh en Servidor (Linux MINT). sudo apt-get install ssh -- Crear clave Publica --- (en la maquina del cliente Manjaro) ssh-keygen -t rsa ssh-keygen -lv -f id_rsa.pub Expandir la clave publica del cliente al Sevidor.(Linux Mint) $ssh-copy-id -i id_rsa.pub [email protected](IP Sever) Saludos SoftDat CLS
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How to manage SSH Access cPanel Server - using Putty (Public and Private keys)
 
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Very easy steps to connect cPanel SSH Access using Putty to cPanel server. hopefully, this will solve your how to connect terminal using Putty 👍 ? In this video tutorial, we will show you how to connect to your DomainRacer hosting account through SSH using PuTTY software. . This small interface provides information about how to connect to another web server via the SSH (secure shell) network protocol. . The SSH (secure shell) network protocol gives an authentication to connect you with another web server over the Internet via a command line interface (CLI). You can use this interface to remotely manage your server configuration of different applications, configure CGI scripts, allow different permissions for files and perform other tasks. . . To get SSH access via putty software please follows step by step procedure explains below: . - Firstly you need to download and install putty software. . - Login to your cPanel with the correct credentials. . - Click on SSH access icon. . - Click on Manage SSH keys button. . - Now click to Generate a New Key button. . - Enter a key name, Key password also select the Key type for algorithm (RSA, DSA) and finally select the key size 2048. Click on Generate Key. After Generate Key click on Go Back button. . - You can see the public key which you created just now. Click on Manage and authorize it with the click on button Authorize. Click on Go Back button. . - Now you need to go in section of Private key. Find your key name and click on View/Download. . - You need to download this private key but before that you must to convert this key to PPK format. For that you need to enter a password which you set for generation of key. . - After enter password click on convert. Key is converted to PPK format just click on download button to download it. . - Open putty software and enter hostname i.e. primary domain name of your cPanel. You can find hostname on dashboard of your domain cPanel at right side up panel. . - For set port number please contact to support team. . - Select connection from left option panel. In that click on SSH and from the SSH select Auth. . - Click on browse and select the downloaded private key. Click on Open. . - If this is your first login you will be prompted to save the connection for future use by clicking Yes, connect just once by clicking No or do not connect at all by clicking Cancel. If you want to get SSH access repeatedly then click on the Yes button. . - To get SSH access in putty window type your cpanel username and hit enter. . - After that enter the key password and again hit enter. . - Now you are able to access SSH access via putty. . - To check the list of files you can type “ls” (small letter LS) and hit enter, you can get list of files available. . . Relevant Searches: ssh access via putty, ssh access cpanel, ssh access command, ssh access, cpanel ssh putty, cpanel ssh login, cpanel ssh access putty, ssh access cpanel putty key, cpanel ssh port, cpanel ssh access port, cpanel ssh access log, cpanel ssh login log, ssh port, ssh with port number linux, ssh access commands putty, ssh login command with password, ssh command with password in shell script, how to pass password in ssh command, ssh access setup, ssh key authentication, ssh public key authentication, ssh login with private key, ssh using private key putty, putty import ssh key, putty ssh key authentication, putty ssh key generator, putty ssh access, using putty command line, putty ssh key login, putty ssh key authentication, putty ssh cpanel http://www.kontentmachinediscounts.com/ putty ssh key passphrase, putty ssh key linux, putty ssh key forwarding, putty ssh key format, putty ssh key configuration, putty use ssh key, putty use ssh key to login, using putty ssh keys to authenticate automatically, putty ssh key to ppk, putty convert ssh key to ppk, putty convert openssh key to ppk, convert putty private key to openssh format, convert putty private key to openssh, convert putty private key to ssh, putty convert private key to ppk, convert putty private key to pem, convert putty ssh private key to openssh, convert ssh private key to putty
Views: 45915 DomainRacer
SFTP - Use WinSCP to Login to SFTP without Password using Public Key Private Key Pair
 
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WinSCP Download - https://winscp.net/eng/download.php Demo how to import an OpenSSH formatted Private and Public Key Pair into WinSCP for use with SSH and SFTP
Views: 62321 CodeCowboyOrg
Top 10 PuTTY Tips and Tricks
 
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These are my top 10 favorite PuTTY Tips and Tricks: 10 - Rectangle Select 9 - Duplicate Session 8 - Scollback size 7 - Restart Session 6 - Share SSH Sessions - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGYOkwgEGfc 5 - View Event Log 4 - Change Background Colors and Title 3 - Serial Connections 2 - pscp and psftp 1 - SSH Keys with PuTTY Pageant Agent - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nkAQ9M6ZF8
SSH Key Creation at Digital Ocean Tutorial
 
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Adding an SSH Key to Your Digital Ocean VPS or Droplet This tutorial will show you how easy it is to add an SSH key to your new Digital Ocean droplet. Just follow the steps below when you decide to create your new droplet/server/VPS at Digital Ocean. Steps to add the SSH key to your Digital Ocean droplet. 1. First create a new SSH key using the PuTTY Key Generator application. If you need help you can watch my first video. 2. Navigate your way to the Digital Ocean site and after you have signed up for your new account you will be able to create a new server/VPS/droplet and add your new SSH key. https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=10cd24d51378 3. Once at the site just click on the SSH Keys menu option to the left and then click on the Add SSH Key button at the top of that web page. 4. This will open a few text boxes that you need to populate with a description and the SSH key that you generated earlier. 5. Now you will be able to create a new droplet with this SSH key. This eliminates the password signing on when using PuTTY and is more secure than logging in with just a password. 6. Follow the steps in the video on creating a new droplet and you will be good to go. 7. Thanks for watching. Droplet is actually a VPS (Virtual Private Server) that you create to store your files at Digital Ocean. You can also create websites and have lots of fun running your own server. Enjoy life and tech! Copyright TechSpecX 2014
Views: 1736 Tech Specx
SFTP - How to Import an OpenSSH Private Key into WinSCP
 
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WinSCP Download - https://winscp.net/eng/download.php Demo how to import an OpenSSH formatted Private and Public Key Pair into WinSCP for use with SSH and SFTP
Views: 13312 CodeCowboyOrg
Using FileZilla with SSH Keys Tutorial
 
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Using FileZilla with SSH Keys If you are looking for an affordable VPS server you can look to Digital Ocean. Please click the link below for more information: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=10cd24d51378 The first thing you will need to do is download FileZilla from the link below: https://filezilla-project.org/download.php If you need help in the setup of FileZilla you can go to the link below and follow the instructions. https://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Client_Installation 3. Once FileZilla is setup, open it and go to Site Manager. You will need to create a new site that you will connect to using FileZilla and your SSH Key. 4. Click on File and select Site Manager. On the left side of the Site Manager, click on the New Site button and type a unique name under My Sites that will allow you to easily identify your remote server in the future. 5. Now, under the General tab, fill in the Host with either an IP address or Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) and Port fields (default is 22). In the Protocol dropdown menu, select SFTP - SSH File Transfer Protocol. In the Logon Type drop down menu, select Ask for Password, type in your username that you login with to your server and then click Okay. 6. Now click on the Edit menu option and then Settings. Click on the SFTP menu under FTP and click on Add Keyfile to the lower right. 7. Browse to where you have the SSH keyfile stored and add it to the FileZilla program. **Note for PuTTY users with passphrase-protected public keys: If your original .ppk file is password-protected, FileZilla will convert your .ppk file to an unprotected one when importing the key into FileZilla. As of version 3.7.41, a password-protected key file is not yet supported. 8. FileZilla will convert the keyfile for you into a keyfile that FileZilla will use. You will need to enter in a passphrase that you used when you setup the SSH key in PuTTY and you will need to save this key locally to your computer. Name it anything that helps you remember that this key file belongs to FileZilla secure connections. 9. Once that is done click Okay. 10. Now you can connect securely using your SSH key through FileZilla by going to the top Site Manager drop down and choosing the site you just setup. 11. If you have a password with your server connection, FileZilla will ask you for it and just enter it in the pop up window that shows and you will get connected to your server by using your SSH key. Enjoy life and tech! Copyright TechSpecX 2014
Views: 7052 Tech Specx
public key to github
 
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put your public ssh key on github: https://github.com/settings/ssh https://help.github.com/articles/generating-ssh-keys#platform-windows cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub ssh -T [email protected] check for 16:27:ac:a5:76:28:2d:36:63:1b:56:4d:eb:df:a6:48 next, set up ssh agent: http://youtu.be/NiAfbYJOQ4E
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Test running indiserver as user, using ssh, public/private key config, udev startup tests
 
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-first I tried starting indiserver as normal user -figured out the usb/serial console convertor cable problem is best to be resolved via restarting the remote machine (not via lsmod, rmmod trickery) -started indiserver using the -C option in ssh -configured private/public key login without a passphrase -started the indiserver processes using my private key -after that I tried to configure udev autostart of indiserver, but this didn't work at all. Please ignore. 13h46m30 - eqmod connectivity problem shows up 13h52m08 - first I tried if group membership of the device file was the problem 13h53m00 - weird dailup name in /etc/group but not found issue, solved at 13h58 (strange character possibly?) 14h02m00 - group membership didn't solve anything 14h04m09 - reconnecting pl2303 usb serial convertor cable 14h06m38 - didn't solve the problem 14h07m50 - removing loadable kernel modules for usb convertor 14h10m17 - reinserted usb serial convertor cable 14h23m30 - reboot solved the usb-serial convertor cable problem, but now I think it is a hardware problem with the cable. 14h27m20 - eqmod driver works now under root permissions 14h31m55 - restarting eqmod driver in user 14h32m45 - eqmod driver works also under user permissions 14h33m15 - start creating commands for remote ssh commands 14h35m30 - this remote ssh command startup of indiserver works 14h36m40 - creating passphrase less public private keypair 14h38m40 - adding public key to remote host 14h41m50 - using private key to login without password 14h42m30 - discovering the remote ssh command doesn't terminate the command at terminating
Views: 36 Kobi42
Oracle VM Command Line Interface - How to Configure SSH Keys
 
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Oracle's Greg King discusses how to configure SSH keys for command line access to Oracle VM.
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GitLab CE Tutorial #3 - SSH Key Setup & Pushing Our First Project
 
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In this GitLab video tutorial, we push a repo into our project. Subscribe for more free tutorials https://goo.gl/6ljoFc, Buy this series with an extra video! https://goo.gl/A7drFW Support Free Tutorials https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/ The best shared web hosting http://www.bluehost.com/track/leveluptutorials/ Subscribe to Level Up Pro for extra features! https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/products/pro Subscribe to the Level Up Newsletter http://eepurl.com/AWjGz To Support Level Up Tuts: http://leveluptuts.com/donations Simple cloud hosting, built for developers.: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=67357174b09e Build together: GitLab includes Git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, wikis, and more, plus GitLab CI, an easy-to-use continuous integration and deployment tool. Stay up-to-date: Collaborate with your team using issues, milestones, and line-by-line code review. View activity streams of projects or the people you work with. Plays well with others: GitLab seamlessly integrates with Slack, Hipchat, LDAP, JIRA, Jenkins, and many other popular tools. GitLab includes many webhooks and offers a complete API. GitLab Community Edition is open source and completely free to download. GitLab is powered by a community of more than 1,000 people. GitLab Enterprise Edition offers deeper LDAP and Active Directory integration, Jira and Jenkins integration, and much more.
Views: 126687 LevelUpTuts
JWT using RSA Public/Private Key Pairs
 
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A little NodeJS demo of making and verifing JavaScript Web Tokens (JWT) using RSA Public/Private Key Pairs Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introduction 00:44 - 1. Get a RSA public/private PEM pair 01:41 - NPM Package for JWT 02:05 - Why this demo? 02:21 - Node - Read Keys off Disk 02:51 - Node - Specify the right algorithm 04:34 - Node - suggested option elements 04:41 - Issuer 04:48 - Subject 04:54 - Audiance 05:04 - Expires 05:40 - Signing Options 05:54 - Sign your payload with options 06:11 - Verify Options 06:37 - Node - Verify Token 06:53 - Node - Decode 07:02 - Demo 08:04 - Marker 22
Views: 12280 Stuart Williams
Ubuntu: How do I add SSH Keys to authorized_keys file?
 
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Ubuntu: How do I add SSH Keys to authorized_keys file? Question: I have an Ubuntu server on Amazon EC2, that I use for development, and today I stupidly cleared everything out of my ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. Luckily I have an SSH open, so I am still connected, and can fix the file, but when I try to put my key file back, it doesn't work. I still get permission denied from the server on my local machine. authorized_keys has the permissions 600. I have tried appending my SSH key with ssh-rsa and leaving the ssh-rsa off. I also tried making the SSH key all one line, but that didn't work either. Is there something else that I have to do like reload the file some how? Solutions Sample (Please watch the whole video to see all solutions, in order of how many people found them helpful): == This solution helped 121 people == If you have login based authentication then use ssh-copy-id to append your public keys to remote server. ssh-copy-id [email protected] == This solution helped 13 people == Easiest way is to copy and paste... First view/copy the contents of your local public key id_rsa.pub including the beginning "ssh-rsa" until it ends with your email address: cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub Then edit authorized_keys on the server and paste contents of your clipboard below any other keys in that file: nano ~/.ssh/authorized_keys And save Ctl+O, exit the file Ctl+X, exit the SSH session exit and try logging back in to confirm it worked. If it didn't ask for a password it worked. == This solution helped 160 people == An alternative way to install your public key in the remote machine's authorized_keys: cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | ssh [email protected] "mkdir -p ~/.ssh && cat >> ~/.ssh/ authorized_keys" Some advantages: * does not require ssh-copy-id to be installed. * guarantees that mkdir works before attempting to append id_rsa.pub to authorized_keys. == This solution helped 187 people == You should never save the file with its contents starting with -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- on the server, that is your private key. Instead, you must put the public key into the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. This public key has the .pub extension when generated using ssh-keygen and its contents begin with ssh-rsa AAAAB3. (The binary format is described in the answers to https://stackoverflow.com/q/12749858/427545). The permissions of ~/.ssh on the server should be 700. The file ~/.ssh/ authorized_keys (on the server) is supposed to have a mode of 600. The permissions of the (private) key on the client-side should be 600. If the private key was not protected with a password, and you put it on the server, I recommend you to generate a new one: ssh-keygen -t rsa You can skip this if you're fully sure that nobody can recover the deleted private key from the server. If this does not help, run ssh with options for more verbosity: ssh -vvv [email protected] On the server side, you can review /var/log/auth.log for details. == This solution helped 1 person == Here's a variation whereby you might have a list of public key filenames in a text file and the big batch of public key files are also in the same directory. This variation can be helpful if you were giving a huge list of public key files to import :-) $ for i in $(cat ListOfPubKeyFiles.txt) ; do cat $i | ssh [email protected] "cat >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys"; done With thanks & praise to God! With thanks to all the many who have made this project possible! | Content (except music & images) licensed under cc by-sa 3.0 | Music & music license: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music | Images & images license: https://stocksnap.io/license and others | With thanks to user Zanna (https://askubuntu.com/users/527764), user user273266 (https://askubuntu.com/users/273266), user Shoaib Nawaz (https://askubuntu.com/users/3748), user Sarel Botha (https://askubuntu.com/users/319605), user ow3n (https://askubuntu.com/users/372666), user muru (https://askubuntu.com/users/158442), user Marius Butuc (https://askubuntu.com/users/4824), user Lekensteyn (https://askubuntu.com/users/6969), user jlmontes (https://askubuntu.com/users/265443), user jjg (https://askubuntu.com/users/9612), user einarc (https://askubuntu.com/users/431542), user Dave Long (https://askubuntu.com/users/9270), and the Stack Exchange Network (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/46424). Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Disclaimer: All information is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind. You are responsible for your own actions. Please contact me if anything should be amiss at Roel D.OT VandePaar A.T gmail.com.
Views: 10 Roel Van de Paar
SSH   Generate SSH key pair on Linux
 
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Make sure to watch with Subtitles/CC turned ON. In this example, I am creating a key pair using RSA (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) cryptosystem on Linux CentOS 7. Executing this command will provide you with a private key, which you should keep in your ".ssh" directory or on your USB, and with a public key, which, for example, you should add to your GitHub/BitBucket/GitLab account, or to your Linux VMs ".ssh/authorized_keys" file.
Views: 493 Goran Vasić
How to manage SSH keys in cPanel - ServerCake India
 
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This video tutorial shows you How to create and delete SSH Keys in cPanel. 1.Login to your Account's cPanel 2.Go to Security Section 3.Now choose Manage Key option 4.Click on "Generate Key" to create new SSH key and provide keyword then click generate button at the right bottom 5.To delete Existing key press on delete icon
Views: 116 ServerCake India
Installer SSH Linux Partie 2 Clé SSH DSA RSA ED25519 en Français
 
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Création de Clé pour SSH serveur, sécuriser votre serveur. Trois clés existes : DSA mais obsolète. RSA à utiliser en 4096. ED25519 conseillé pour les machines récentes. Utilisez l'utilitaire ssh-keygen pour créer vos clés, les clés créés sont uniquement utilisable PAR compte. ssh-keygen -t ed25519 renseignez le lieu de création du fichier contenant les clés, par défaut dans le répertoire /home/utilisateur/.ssh entrez un mot de passe deux fois de suite. Vérification de la création des clés publiques et privés avec cat : cat ~/.ssh/id_ed25519 Copier la clé affiché pour la coller plus tard sur votre serveur. Effectuer la première connexion à votre serveur avec: ssh 192.168.1.84 -l ubuntu -p 55000 ssh utilitaire 192.168.1.84 Ip du serveur distant auquel on souhaite se connecter -l ubuntu est l'utilisateur auquel on veut se connecter -p 55000 est le port de connexion modifié au lieu du 22 classique Une fois connecté modifier la configuration de votre serveur ssh, pour cela éditer le fichier sshd_config : sudo vim /etc/ssh/sshd_config Votre configuration doit ressembler à celle-ci : # Package generated configuration file # See the sshd_config(5) manpage for details # What ports, IPs and protocols we listen for Port 55000 # Use these options to restrict which interfaces/protocols sshd will bind to #ListenAddress :: #ListenAddress 0.0.0.0 Protocol 2 # HostKeys for protocol version 2 HostKey /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key HostKey /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ecdsa_key HostKey /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ed25519_key #Privilege Separation is turned on for security UsePrivilegeSeparation yes # Lifetime and size of ephemeral version 1 server key KeyRegenerationInterval 3600 ServerKeyBits 1024 # Logging SyslogFacility AUTH LogLevel INFO # Authentication: LoginGraceTime 120 PermitRootLogin no StrictModes yes RSAAuthentication no PubkeyAuthentication yes AuthorizedKeysFile %h/.ssh/tuto # Don't read the user's ~/.rhosts and ~/.shosts files IgnoreRhosts yes # For this to work you will also need host keys in /etc/ssh_known_hosts RhostsRSAAuthentication no # similar for protocol version 2 HostbasedAuthentication no # Uncomment if you don't trust ~/.ssh/known_hosts for RhostsRSAAuthentication #IgnoreUserKnownHosts yes # To enable empty passwords, change to yes (NOT RECOMMENDED) PermitEmptyPasswords no # Change to yes to enable challenge-response passwords (beware issues with # some PAM modules and threads) ChallengeResponseAuthentication no # Change to no to disable tunnelled clear text passwords PasswordAuthentication no # Kerberos options #KerberosAuthentication no #KerberosGetAFSToken no #KerberosOrLocalPasswd yes #KerberosTicketCleanup yes # GSSAPI options #GSSAPIAuthentication no #GSSAPICleanupCredentials yes X11Forwarding yes X11DisplayOffset 10 PrintMotd no PrintLastLog yes TCPKeepAlive yes #UseLogin no #MaxStartups 10:30:60 #Banner /etc/issue.net # Allow client to pass locale environment variables AcceptEnv LANG LC_* Subsystem sftp /usr/lib/openssh/sftp-server # Set this to 'yes' to enable PAM authentication, account processing, # and session processing. If this is enabled, PAM authentication will # be allowed through the ChallengeResponseAuthentication and # PasswordAuthentication. Depending on your PAM configuration, # PAM authentication via ChallengeResponseAuthentication may bypass # the setting of "PermitRootLogin without-password". # If you just want the PAM account and session checks to run without # PAM authentication, then enable this but set PasswordAuthentication # and ChallengeResponseAuthentication to 'no'. UsePAM no n'oublier pas on appuis sur INSER pour modifier/inserer du texte, on appuis sur ECHAP puis sur :wq! pour enregistrer. Vous devez maintenant copier les clés dans le fichier suce nommé AuthorizedKeysFile %h/.ssh/tuto , pour l'utilisateur ubuntu cela donnera donc /home/utilisateur/.ssh/tuto , on ouvre ce fichier qui n'existe pas encore avec vim : vim ~/.ssh/tuto on appuis sur INSER on colle notre clé, on appuis sur ECHAP puis sur :wq! Vous pouvez relancer votre serveur ssh avec: sudo /etc/init.d/ssh restart ou service ssh restart Voilà tout est configuré, maintenant il vous faut tester, on laisse la fenêtre actuelle de coté pour ne PAS rester à la port de votre serveur, donc dans un autre onglet de nouveau: ssh 192.168.1.84 -l ubuntu -p 55000 Si tout fonctionne il vous est indiqué Enter passphrase for key , vous pouvez rentrer le passe de la clé (et non du compte). Voilà vous êtes connecté à votre serveur.
Views: 4244 VulgaNux
SSH config basics
 
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Finally getting around to posting this quick tutorial on how to setup SSH config files. In this video I'll go over how to create and use an SSH config file to make managing and connecting to remote servers quick and easy. Advanced connection options: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-configure-custom-connection-options-for-your-ssh-client#common-ssh-configuration-options ABOUT ME I'm a professional software engineer working at Amazon in New York City. I enjoy making videos about the tech industry so if you have a question please get in touch either through the comments or any of my socials and I'd be happy to help out. Thanks for checking out the channel! FOLLOW ME Website: https://www.themoderncoder.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themoderncoder Twitter: https://twitter.com/themoderncoder Join the email list for tips curated to improve your dev skills delivered monthly to your inbox: https://www.themoderncoder.com/email-list/
Views: 1757 The Modern Coder
How to Setup a User with Public-Key-Only Authentication with SSH Key Pair
 
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In this video, you will learn how to setup a user with Public-Key-Only Authentication using an SSH Key pair. This includes creation of a test account and verification of connection to EFT using CuteFTP as a client. We will also create an SSH key pair (public/private) with the use of the client; your user's ability to do so with their client will vary depending on the client used. Afterwards we will review how to import the needed public key in EFT and how to assign it to the user in question. Finally, we will use a method for confirming the connection is occurring via the SSH Public Key as expected. Still have questions? Visit our online help site for more information: http://help.globalscape.com/help/eft7-3/mergedprojects/eft/creating_an_ssh_key_pair.htm Choose EFT Enterprise for your secure file transfers, visit our website for more information: https://www.globalscape.com/managed-file-transfer
Python Django Tutorial: Deploying Your Application (Option #1) - Deploy to a Linux Server
 
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In this Python Django Tutorial, we will be learning how to deploy our application to a Linux Server from scratch using Linode. If you would like $20 of free credit towards a Linode account, then you can use my link here to sign up: https://linode.com/coreyschafer We will be covering the entire deployment of a Django application. This includes spinning up a new Linux Server and tightening its security with SSH keys and firewalls. Then we will install Apache and Mod_WSGI so that we can get our Django App running. Let's get started... To skip the server setup, jump to 29:11 How to Run Linux/Bash on Windows: https://youtu.be/xzgwDbe7foQ SSH Key-Based Authentication Tutorial: https://youtu.be/vpk_1gldOAE SSH Keys on Windows: https://www.linode.com/docs/security/authentication/use-public-key-authentication-with-ssh/#windows Apache config used in this video: https://github.com/CoreyMSchafer/code_snippets/blob/master/Django_Blog/snippets/django_project.conf ✅ Support My Channel Through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/coreyms ✅ Become a Channel Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCezIgC97PvUuR4_gbFUs5g/join ✅ One-Time Contribution Through PayPal: https://goo.gl/649HFY ✅ Cryptocurrency Donations: Bitcoin Wallet - 3MPH8oY2EAgbLVy7RBMinwcBntggi7qeG3 Ethereum Wallet - 0x151649418616068fB46C3598083817101d3bCD33 Litecoin Wallet - MPvEBY5fxGkmPQgocfJbxP6EmTo5UUXMot ✅ Corey's Public Amazon Wishlist http://a.co/inIyro1 ✅ Equipment I Use and Books I Recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/coreyschafer ▶️ You Can Find Me On: My Website - http://coreyms.com/ My Second Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/coreymschafer Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CoreyMSchafer Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoreyMSchafer Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coreymschafer/ #Python #Django
Views: 49673 Corey Schafer
Python Flask Tutorial: Deploying Your Application (Option #1) - Deploy to a Linux Server
 
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In this Python Flask Tutorial, we will be learning how to deploy our application to a Linux Server from scratch using Linode. If you would like $20 of free credit towards a Linode account, then you can use my link here to sign up: https://linode.com/coreyschafer We will be covering the entire deployment of a Flask application. This includes spinning up a new Linux Server and tightening its security with SSH keys and firewalls. Then we will install Nginx and Gunicorn so that we can get our Flask App running. Let's get started... To skip the server setup, jump to 26:48 How to Run Linux/Bash on Windows: https://youtu.be/xzgwDbe7foQ SSH Key-Based Authentication Tutorial: https://youtu.be/vpk_1gldOAE SSH Keys on Windows: https://www.linode.com/docs/security/authentication/use-public-key-authentication-with-ssh/#windows NGINX config used in this video: https://github.com/CoreyMSchafer/code_snippets/blob/master/Python/Flask_Blog/snippets/nginx.conf Supervisor config used in this video: https://github.com/CoreyMSchafer/code_snippets/blob/master/Python/Flask_Blog/snippets/supervisor.conf ✅ Support My Channel Through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/coreyms ✅ Become a Channel Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCezIgC97PvUuR4_gbFUs5g/join ✅ One-Time Contribution Through PayPal: https://goo.gl/649HFY ✅ Cryptocurrency Donations: Bitcoin Wallet - 3MPH8oY2EAgbLVy7RBMinwcBntggi7qeG3 Ethereum Wallet - 0x151649418616068fB46C3598083817101d3bCD33 Litecoin Wallet - MPvEBY5fxGkmPQgocfJbxP6EmTo5UUXMot ✅ Corey's Public Amazon Wishlist http://a.co/inIyro1 ✅ Equipment I Use and Books I Recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/coreyschafer ▶️ You Can Find Me On: My Website - http://coreyms.com/ My Second Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/coreymschafer Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CoreyMSchafer Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoreyMSchafer Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coreymschafer/ #Python #Flask
Views: 39576 Corey Schafer
Permission denied (publickey) || Git push origin master Error solved.
 
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Many of us Face this Error "Permission denied (Publickey) fatal" while pushing files/codes to Github from your System.So here is the solution for this problem. Plz do Like the video if it helped,and also Subscribe to our Channel for more. Thanks!!!
Views: 28426 Tick Tricks
How to Connect ssh(putty) to ec2 instance
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to connect ec2 instance using putty. Steps--- 1 Before starting make sure that your ec2 instance is in started state. 2 Download putty.zip file from the link http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html and unzip the file 3 Convert Your key file which's extension .pem to .ppk using PUTTYGEN.EXE file. 4 Open PUTTYGEN.EXE file then click load and change file types to all files from file browser window. 5 Add your .pem extension key file and click on Save private Key. 6 Then Open PUTTY.EXE file then click . 7 Add your host name or public IP address from ec2 instance and left the remaining input field as same. 8 Then click on auth from the left tree structure options under the putty configuration window connection-ssh-auth 9 Then browse your private key file extension .ppk 10 Then Click Open and put the user name ubuntu
Views: 4736 Julfi Tutorials
Accessing the ESXi 5.x Shell, 4 methods
 
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4 methods for entering the ESXi shell (command line) Method 1 Directly on the ESXi host Press “F2” and login with root and your password Use the Arrow Keys to select “Troubleshooting Options” and press “Enter” Highlight “Enable ESXi Shell” and press “Enter” Hold down the “Alt” Key and press “F1” then login with root and your password Type “exit” and press “enter” to logout of the command shell and hold down the “Alt” key and press “F2” to return to the main ESXi Screen Disable the Shell by reversing the previous process Method 2 Directly on the ESXi host Press “F2” and login with root and your password Use the Arrow Keys to select “Troubleshooting Options” and press “Enter” Highlight “Enable ESXi Shell” and press “Enter” Then use the arrow keys to move down to “Enable SSH” and press “Enter” Use an application like putty to open an SSH session to your server, or Press “Alt” + “F1” on the ESXi host to log directly into the Shell Open Putty, enter your servers IP address into the hostname box, leave the port as 22 and click “open” You will get a puTTy Security Alert, Click “Yes” Login with your username and password Type “exit” and press “Enter” to logout Reverse the previous process to disable Shell and SSH from the ESXi console You can modify the length of time Shell and SSH are available for by selecting “Modify ESXi Shell and SSH timeouts” and entering an appropriate timeout length Method 3 vSphere Client Log into your ESXi Server using the vSphere client Select the “Configuration” tab Under Software select “Security Profile” then click “Properties” Select “ESXi Shell” then click “Options” Click on “Start”, the process will start, now click “OK” Look further down the list and select “SSH” and click “Options” Click on “Start”, the process will start, now click “OK” Click “OK” again to leave the properties Use an application like putty to open an SSH session to your server, or Press “Alt” + “F1” on the ESXi host to log directly into the Shell Open Putty, enter your servers IP address into the hostname box, leave the port as 22 and click “open” Login with your username and password Type “exit” and press “Enter” to logout Reverse the previous process to disable Shell and SSH from the ESXi console Method 4 Connect to your vSphere web client Click on “vCenter” Click on “hosts” Click on the host you wish to enable Shell/SSH access on Click on the “Manage” tab Under settings click on “System/Security Profile” Scroll down the list until you see Services and click “Edit” Highlight “ESXi Shell” and click “Start” Highlight “SSH” and click “Start” Use an application like putty to open an SSH session to your server, or Press “Alt” + “F1” on the ESXi host to log directly into the Shell Open Putty, enter your servers IP address into the hostname box, leave the port as 22 and click “open” Login with your username and password Type “exit” and press “Enter” to logout Reverse the previous process to disable Shell and SSH from the ESXi console
Views: 14551 Virtualization Tips
Differences of SSH and SSL
 
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SSL means “Secure Sockets Layer”. Many protocols — like HTTP, SMTP, FTP, and SSH '“ were adjusted to include the support of SSL. The port that it typically uses to make a connection to a secure server is 443. Basically, it works as a tier in a certain protocol to provide cryptographic and security functions.SSH is a network protocol used to remotely access and manage a device. The key difference between Telnet and SSH is that SSH uses encryption, which means that all data transmitted over a network is secure from eavesdropping. ... Like Telnet, a user accessing a remote device must have an SSH client installed.Here is the difference: SFTP (SSH file transfer protocol) is a protocol that provides file transfer and manipulation capabilities. It can work over any reliable data stream, but is typically used with SSH. "FTP over SSH" uses the regular old FTP protocol, but an SSH tunnel is placed between client and server.TLS does not provide the range of client authentication options that SSH does; public-key is the only option. TLS does not have the extra features provided by the other SSH component: the SSH Connection Protocol (SSH-CONN).
Views: 94 Health Is Wealth
Using PuTTY Tutorial
 
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Using PuTTY Tutorial This short tutorial will show you how to use PuTTY to open up an SSH connection onto your server at Digital Ocean or any server that you want to use an SSH connection with. PuTTY is a free application that will allow you to have SSH connections between your computer and server. To sign up for a VPS droplet at Digital Ocean please click the link below: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=10cd24d51378 1. First download PuTTY: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html 2. Install PuTTY onto your computer. Once installed open it up. You can either double click the icon on your desktop or you will find PuTTY in your Start program files on Windows. 3. In the "Category" section on the left, scroll down and under Connection SSH, select the "Auth" option. Where it says "Private key file for authentication:" click on the "Browse" button and find the private key you generated previously in the PuTTY Gen application and click the "Open" button to load it. The text field should now be filled in with the path to your private key. 4. Select the "Data" option and make sure that root is typed in that field for "Auto login username". 5. Double click on your Session name and you should now have a terminal window that you could use to login into your server. 6. If you set a passphrase with your SSH when you created it you can enter it now by typing it in or by copying and then right clicking with the mouse in the terminal window. You are now logged into your server - have fun! Enjoy life and tech! Copyright TechSpecX 2014
Views: 1454 Tech Specx
Remote Access with SSH and Remote Desktop - Raspberry Pi and Python tutorials p.3
 
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In this Raspberry Pi tutorial, we're going to cover how we can remotely access our Raspberry Pi, both with SSH and with a remote desktop client. We want to eventually be able to remotely access our Raspberry Pi because much of the "value" of the Raspberry Pi is its size, and that it can be put in a variety of places that we might not want to have a keyboard, mouse, and monitor attached to it at all times and we probably don't want to have to carry over all of this stuff when we do want to access it. Text-based version of this series: https://pythonprogramming.net/introduction-raspberry-pi-tutorials/ https://twitter.com/sentdex https://www.facebook.com/pythonprogramming.net/ https://plus.google.com/+sentdex
Views: 180842 sentdex
Python Django Tutorial: Deploying Your Application (Option #1) - Deploy to a Linux Server
 
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Python Django Tutorial: Deploying Your Application (Option #1) - Deploy to a Linux Server Social Network for Developers ☞ https://morioh.com Developer's Store ☞ https://www.moteefe.com/store/developer?cp=WP6JDT Learn to code for free and get a developer job ☞ https://codequs.com/ Original video source: ---------------------------------------------------- Social Network for Developers: https://morioh.com Learn Startup: https://learnstartup.net Learn to code: https://codequs.com Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/codek.tv Twitter: https://twitter.com/i_am_adeveloper Tumblr: https://codequsdotcom.tumblr.com/In this Python Django Tutorial, we will be learning how to deploy our application to a Linux Server from scratch using Linode. If you would like $20 of free credit towards a Linode account, then you can use my link here to sign up: https://linode.com/coreyschafer We will be covering the entire deployment of a Django application. This includes spinning up a new Linux Server and tightening its security with SSH keys and firewalls. Then we will install Apache and Mod_WSGI so that we can get our Django App running. Let's get started... To skip the server setup, jump to 29:11 How to Run Linux/Bash on Windows: https://youtu.be/xzgwDbe7foQ SSH Key-Based Authentication Tutorial: https://youtu.be/vpk_1gldOAE SSH Keys on Windows: https://www.linode.com/docs/security/authentication/use-public-key-authentication-with-ssh/#windows Apache config used in this video: https://github.com/CoreyMSchafer/code_snippets/blob/master/Django_Blog/snippets/django_project.conf ✅ Support My Channel Through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/coreyms ✅ Become a Channel Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCezIgC97PvUuR4_gbFUs5g/join ✅ One-Time Contribution Through PayPal: https://goo.gl/649HFY ✅ Cryptocurrency Donations: Bitcoin Wallet - 3MPH8oY2EAgbLVy7RBMinwcBntggi7qeG3 Ethereum Wallet - 0x151649418616068fB46C3598083817101d3bCD33 Litecoin Wallet - MPvEBY5fxGkmPQgocfJbxP6EmTo5UUXMot ✅ Corey's Public Amazon Wishlist http://a.co/inIyro1 ✅ Equipment I Use and Books I Recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/coreyschafer ▶️ You Can Find Me On: My Website - http://coreyms.com/ My Second Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/coreymschafer Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CoreyMSchafer Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoreyMSchafer Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coreymschafer/ #Python #Django
Views: 8 Python tutorial
Recover RSA private key from public keys - rhme2 Key Server (crypto 200)
 
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Ubuntu: Easiest way to copy ssh keys to another machine?
 
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Ubuntu: Easiest way to copy ssh keys to another machine? Question: I am lazy at home and use password authentication for my home machines. I am ready to move to key based authentication. There are many options on the web on how to do this, including catting then sshing the key over, scping the key over directly, etc. I am looking for the easiest and recommended way to copy a key over, hopefully there is a convenience wrapper somewhere in the Ubuntu ssh package? I'm already aware on https://askubuntu.com/questions/1991/disable-password- access-through-ssh. Solutions Sample (Please watch the whole video to see all solutions, in order of how many people found them helpful): == This solution helped 117 people == I like the answer from Marcel. I did not know this command. I've always been using what I had found on a http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/816-4557/sshuser- 33?a=view: cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | ssh <user>@<hostname> 'cat >> .ssh/authorized_keys && echo "Key copied"' I thought to post it here still, because it is a good illustration of what can be achieved in shell code with the power of ssh. But using the ssh-copy-id is definitively a safer way to do it properly! Note that if the folder .ssh does not already exist, the above command will fail. In addition, it might be better when creating the file to set a minimum possible permission (basically read-write for owner only). Here is a more advanced command: cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | ssh <user>@<hostname> 'umask 0077; mkdir -p .ssh; cat >> .ssh/authorized_keys && echo "Key copied"' == This solution helped 12 people == for custom port ssh-copy-id -i "[email protected] -p2222" -i switch defaults to ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub, if you want another key, put the path of the key after -i WARNING: If you did not write the -i it will copy all your keys found in ~/.ssh == This solution helped 19 people == On Ubuntu you can fetch your keys from Launchpad: ssh-import-id [launchpad account name] Details: 1. You need a Launchpad account so https://launchpad.net/+login 2. After logging in, click the button next to SSH keys: 3. Paste the contents of your public key file in that field (including comment). Such a key looks like: ssh-rsa AAAAB3Nza .... UyDOFDqJp lekensteyn Here, ssh-rsa indicates that the key is a RSA key, AAAAB3Nza .... UyDOFDqJp is the actual key and lekensteyn is the comment. 4. Save the key by pressing Import Public Key 5. If everything went well, your key should now be listed under SSH keys: The package ssh-import-id needs to be installed on the machine which needs to be accessed from remote. This package is installed together with the openssh- server package as it's a recommended package for openssh-server. After making sure that ssh-import-id has been installed On the client machine, run: ssh-import-id [launchpad account name] This will download the public key from the Launchpad servers over HTTPS which protects you from MITM attacks. On Ubuntu Lucid and before, you can accomplish the same with: wget https://launchpad.net/~[lp acount name]/+sshkeys -O - >> ~/.ssh/ authorized_keys && echo >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys The echo command is needed to get an extra newline after the line with the SSH key. * http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/natty/en/man1/ssh-import-id.1.html == This solution helped 25 people == ***** Graphical method ***** 1. Open Applications ▸ Passwords and Keys ▸ My Personal Keys. 2. Select your key and then click Remote ▸ Configure Key for Secure Shell. [Set Up Computer for SSH Connection] With thanks & praise to God! With thanks to all the many who have made this project possible! | Content (except music & images) licensed under cc by-sa 3.0 | Music & music license: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music | Images & images license: https://stocksnap.io/license and others | With thanks to user zypA13510 (https://askubuntu.com/users/744230), user Omar A. Shaban (https://askubuntu.com/users/23866), user Marcel Stimberg (https://askubuntu.com/users/275), user Lekensteyn (https://askubuntu.com/users/6969), user Jorge Castro (https://askubuntu.com/users/235), user Huygens (https://askubuntu.com/users/3004), user anatoly techtonik (https://askubuntu.com/users/51852), user ændrük (https://askubuntu.com/users/1859), and the Stack Exchange Network (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4830). Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Disclaimer: All information is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind. You are responsible for your own actions. Please contact me if anything should be amiss at Roel D.OT VandePaar A.T gmail.com.
Views: 8 Roel Van de Paar
Basic Rsync with SSH Key
 
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In this tutorial, I configure rsync with option -av --delete
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Remotely Managing pfsense via SSH Tunneling
 
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How to Setup and Secure Your Cloud VPS on Ubuntu 16 -Vultr Tutorial
 
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🍰🍰🍰 Learn how to setup and secure your cloud vps on Ubuntu server. In the video tutorial , I will teach you how to initial setup your cloud vps on Ubuntu 16.04. So, you will the basic setup of cloud vps such as deploy a new Ubuntu server on Vultr vps. Then, I will teach you how to connect to your server using putty ssh client. We will create a new user and add it to sudo group so the user can work as the administrator on your cloud vps server. What's more, you will learn how to secure your vps by disabled root login permission. After, you will learn how to generate putty ssh keys and embed it on your cloud vps. Finally, I will show how to disable password authentication and connect to your vps using private ssh keys. ⏭ ⏭ ⏭ Watch full version video: How to Setup Multi WordPress on A Single Ubuntu Server. https://youtu.be/lvWGMylWAMY HOSTING COUPONS AND FREE CREDITS Get $50 Free Credit from Vultr Cloud VPS: http://bit.ly/2SQOQx3 Get up to 51% discount from A2 Hosting: http://bit.ly/2LKjb25 Get 60% Discount from SiteGround Hosting: http://bit.ly/2VDpCbF Get up 50% Discount from Bluehost Hosting: http://bit.ly/2Jh3ihm Get up to 60% discount from Hostgator Hosting: http://bit.ly/2E9gRLD THEMES AND PLUGINS Kleo Multi Purpose Theme http://bit.ly/30kvl4W Easy Social Share Button Plugin for WordPress http://bit.ly/2JnJXv8 Buy me a coffee: ☕☕ https://paypal.me/kimofficial
Views: 17482 Kim Official Channel
Securing Your Server (SSH)
 
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Securing SSH Logins ================= 1) Login as root 2) Create the user(This user will be a normal user that can sudo) adduser user usermod -a -G sudo user logout(or switch to the new user added. SU command is to switch user) 3) Generate the SSH keys We will use puttygen(This is to be noticed that puttygen will be some entropy/randomness to generate the keys, so move the mouse till the key generation is complete.) Password protect the private key. 4) Upload the public key mkdir .ssh nano .ssh/authorized_keys 5) Modify the permissions on the public key chown -R user:user .ssh chmod 700 .ssh chmod 600 .ssh/authorized_keys 6) Disable SSH Password Authentication and Root Login sudo vim /etc/ssh/sshd_config PasswordAuthentication no PermitRootLogin no Port 22 to something else(so that we can dodge automated scripts that try to bruteforce) Save the file sudo service ssh restart
Views: 597 jsi nix
macOS Sierra ohne SSH-Passphrase: GELÖST!
 
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Seit macOS Sierra musst du wieder die SSH-Passphrase eingeben. Im Video erfährst du, wie du das Problem endgültig löst... auch unter TMUX! Nach dem Upgrade auf macOS Sierra 10.12.2 fragt dein Mac dich wieder nach deiner SSH-Passphrase: "Enter passphrase for key...". Blöd. In der "Technical Note TN2449" erklärt Apple, warum und was genau an OpenSSH geändert wurde und wie man das wieder rückgängig machen kann: https://developer.apple.com/library/content/technotes/tn2449/_index.html tl;dr: hänge einfach folgende Zeilen an deine ~/.ssh/config: Host * IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa UseKeychain yes AddKeysToAgent yes Danach läuft es wieder. Falls du mit dem Terminal-Multiplexer tmux arbeitest, dann wirrst du bei der ersten SSH-Verbindung immer noch nach dem Passwort deines SSH-Keys gefragt. Über das Programm "reattach-to-user-namespace" lässt sich das Problem lösen: https://github.com/ChrisJohnsen/tmux-MacOSX-pasteboard Installiere es einfach mit Homebrew (brew install reattach-to-user-namespace) und füge folgende Zeile an deine ~/.tmux.conf an: set-option -g default-command "reattach-to-user-namespace -l bash" Fertig :-) Björn PS: Hier noch ein paar weitere Links, die mir bei der Fehlerbeseitigung geholfen haben: - http://superuser.com/questions/1127067/macos-keeps-asking-my-ssh-passphrase-since-i-updated-to-sierra - http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/254468/macos-sierra-doesn-t-seem-to-remember-ssh-keys-between-reboots 4. https://www.heise.de/mac-and-i/meldung/macOS-10-12-2-Sierra-Aenderungen-bei-SSH-Keys-und-Passphrase-3588517.html
Views: 509 Björn Albers
Adding SSH Key for Google Cloud Console
 
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For the How-to Tutorial of how to add a SSH Key for Google Cloud Console: https://docs.bitnami.com/google/faq/
Views: 33180 Bitnami
GNS3 Talks: Packet.net and GNS3 (Part 3): SSH Keys (Generate with PuttyGen)
 
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You can now run GNS3 in the cloud with Packet. Packet.net is a bare metal cloud provider, with datacenter locations near NYC, Silicon Valley, Amsterdam and Tokyo. See here for more information: https://www.packet.net/resources/partners/gns3/ http://docs.gns3.com/1IyRZzUYKOe9DzR8YJXO33ONeoZwlkIm0ciHIYuqGFwM/index.html#h.n46kb0kjaafg
Views: 1182 David Bombal
How to SSH in to your Bluehost Account ( Step by Step information)
 
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How to SSH in to your Bluehost Account Bluehost link : https://www.bluehost.com/track/donwebsolutons/ For the purpose of this tutorial, I will be outlying steps to follow in order to create SSH access in to your blue host server. Most shared hosting servers and cPanel accounts might have very similar steps to undertake when creating SSH access. But keep in mind that this tutorial/ article is specific to Bluehost. Create SSH Key on Bluehost In order to access your server using a terminal window. You need to fist enable SSH access on your account. IF you own a shared hosting account with Bluehost it is important that you call / live chat with Bluehost support in order for them to enable SSH access to your server. Once SSH access is enabled you can do the following. 1. Log in to your Bluehost Control Panel 2. Click on Advanced section, to access your cPanel dashboard. 3. Click SSH Access under the Security Tab 4. Click on Manage SSH Keys 5. Click + Generate a New Key a. Give the key a Name b. Create a Strong Password c. Key type  Leave default value ( RSA) d. Key Size  Leave default value (2048) e. Click Generate Key 6. Once the Key is created click on the go Back button to return to SSH main page 7. Select the newly created SSH Public Key a. You will notice it is not Authorized 8. Authorize the SSH key by clicking on Manage 9. Click Authorize button to activate the key 10. Once the Key is activated navigate back to the SSH main page 11. Navigate to Private Keys section 12. Select View/Download for the Key you created 13. Once inside the key page, you will be given an option to convert the key to a PPK format a. Convert the “KEYNAME” key to PPK format: b. Enter the passphrase to unlock the “KEYNAME” key for conversion  use the Password when creating the SSH key c. Click Convert d. Once the Key is converted you can download it by clicking on the Download button Use PUTTY / or similar terminal to access SSH For the purpose of this tutorial we will use putty. If you need to download putty, you can use the link below to download putty from their original server. 1. Open putty window 2. Gather following information a. CPanel Username b. Hostname or IP address of server : You can refer to the video above to locate this information c. Enter IP address or hostname d. Select SSH e. Port 22 3. On the left hand menu control select SSH option under CONNECTION 4. Click AUTH option 5. Browse to the downloaded key location, select the Key. 6. Click Open 7. Optional : you can save your SSH info to putty, refer to video above for more information 8. This will open the terminal window a. Enter Bluehost cPanel Username b. Then it will ask for the password for the Key you created c. If all the information is entered correctly, you will now have SSH access to your Bluehost Server.
Views: 2682 Don Web Solutions