Inside SSH, Part 2
"While setting up our SSH server and client, we'll assume that you have physical access to both machines and that these are conveniently located next to each other, so that you can read information off one screen and type it onto the other computer's keyboard. While it's possible to follow the steps we outline in less practical environments, you may need to keep a pad and a pencil handy. Also, make sure that nobody is "shoulder surfing" (reading information over your shoulder) while you work on the computers. We are, in the following paragraphs, going to deal with sensitive passwords that should be kept secret at the risk of ruining all your security and privacy efforts."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 12, 2004 )
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