Tag Archives: OpenSSH

Setup sftp only account using openssh and ssh-key

There are different ways to lock a user into his home directory. A very special case is to grant sftp-only access, which does not require a full chroot jail to be set up. The sftp subsystem built into openssh allows … Continue reading

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Debug SSH Connection issue in key exchange

Securing a server means hardening the SSH server settings, but doing so can also cause issues with ssh clients. Finding the cipher or algorithm causing a failled connection can be tricky. Depending on the client used, the error message might be very … Continue reading

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