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Re: SSH logins without passwords

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  • drmarkfvilla
    [see thread for previous content] If you only use ssh , a properly-configured workstation pops up a ssh-askpass text box into which you type in your
    Message 1 of 9 , Oct 2, 2006
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      [see thread for previous content]

      If you only use 'ssh', a properly-configured workstation
      pops up a 'ssh-askpass' text box into which you type
      in your passphrase once after you log in. You don't
      need to type it again during the session. I'd be
      hestitant to recommend putting any security system
      on top of that.

      On the other hand, if you're using a number of different
      security mechanisms, some sort of front end to them
      all might be handy. Along with a window system that
      doesn't crash.
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