Linux Security: ssh keygen

  • satya-prakash
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Dump From
Code: [ Select ]
~/.ssh/known_hosts

Code: [ Select ]
192.168.0.88 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.92 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.101 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.78 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.60 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.91 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.108 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.112 ssh-rsa
192.168.0.246 ssh-rsa
satya ssh-rsa
  1. 192.168.0.88 ssh-rsa
  2. 192.168.0.92 ssh-rsa
  3. 192.168.0.101 ssh-rsa
  4. 192.168.0.78 ssh-rsa
  5. 192.168.0.60 ssh-rsa
  6. 192.168.0.91 ssh-rsa
  7. 192.168.0.108 ssh-rsa
  8. 192.168.0.112 ssh-rsa
  9. 192.168.0.246 ssh-rsa
  10. satya ssh-rsa


I deleted the key from each line for security reasons.
I am checking the security of my system. I added ALL:ALL in host.deny file.
But still suspect someone is using my system.
satya is my system name also. but I read remote system can also be configured with host name satya then he will not have to enter user name.
All are 192...., so it is all in local network. Then also, is it required?
And last line states "satya".

Please comment. Is there here something wrong?
My OS is Fedora 5.

Thank you.
  • Don2007
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Post 3+ Months Ago

http://amath.colorado.edu/computing/uni ... hosts.html

My known_hosts file looks like that. I don't think that anyone is using your system.

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