gpg as unix login (was: Corporate public key?)
Tue Jul 8 23:10:03 2003
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On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 09:52:09PM +0200, Johan Wevers wrote:
> CL Gilbert wrote:
> >I have disabled ssh passwords on my Linux box in favor of gpg key logins
> >because they cant be hacked like a pwd.
> Can you please explain how you can use gpg keys for login purposes?
I think he is referring to http://www.red-bean.com/~nemo/openssh-gpg/
The commercial ssh also has a way to use OpenPGP keys. I don't know
if the two implementations are interoperable (I would hope they are).
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