Using ssh-keygen and sharing for key-based authentication in Linux

Friday Sep 25th 2020 by Tyler Carrigan

SSH key-based authentication is helpful for both security and convenience. See how to generate and share keys.

If you have ever worked as a sysadmin (or you want to in the future), you need a good grasp of SSH. I will not run you through the general concept as it has already been hashed out here at Enable Sysadmin. However, I do want to look at a potentially better way to use it. SSH is the single most used remote access protocol in the world. Therefore, it makes sense that we should try to improve its use as much as possible.

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