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Yet another method of creating SSH shortcuts
Authored by: hibbelig on Nov 29, '06 01:28:25AM

Is it really necessary to turn off strict host key checking? It should only ask once for each remote host. When it asks, accept and store the remote host key. If it ever asks a second time about the same remote host, then you know that the remote host key has changed -- a possible security attack.



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