Keychain - Openssh key management

Thursday, 27 October 2005, 9:52 AM EST

Over the last decade, we have seen telnet being replaced by the ssh protocol, which ensures secure encrypted traffic including the passwords. However, no matter how secure the technology is, users can always open up a security hole for the sake of convenience.

By Raymond Lai at OSNews.

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