Posted Mar 6, 2007 17:06 UTC (Tue) by allesfresser
In reply to: Bad Security
Parent article: Single Packet Authorization (Linux Journal)
Are the articles demonstrating success using a dictionary attack against SSH when it's configured for password access, or with private-key only? One would think (though intuition can be notoriously unreliable in these sorts of things) that configuring the SSH server to only allow private-key authorization would reduce the change of dictionary success considerably. Does this sound reasonable?
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