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RE: security question

From: Zieg, Mark
Subject: RE: security question
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 10:55:22 -0500

> One other problem with pserver is that passwords are
> stored "in the clear" on the users' home directories.
> At least with SSH, the keys can be encrypted using a
> password that the user enters either upon login or on
> a per-use basis.

Actually, if you setup your ssh keys correctly (ssh-keygen -t dsa), then you
never have to enter your password at all.

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