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Error: Permission denied (publickey) and Solution

ssh or similar applications use Public and Private Key mechanism in order to authenticate and authorize given users. We have all ready examined Key based authentication and authorization in previous tutorials. Permission denied(public key) error is generally occurs for can not reading Public and Private key properly to authenticate to remove server. In this tutorial we will learn general causes and solutions. Troubleshooting We will start with a simple troubleshooting. When...

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What Is Default SFTP Port and How To Change SFTP Port Number?

SFTP is a secure version of the FTP. SFTP provides an encrypted channel with the remote server. This makes authentication and data transfer more secure than FTP. SFTP protocol is generally provided by SSH servers by default. In this tutorial, we will learn the default SFTP port and how to change it to a different one. Linux Sftp Command With Examples SFTP Default Port TCP 22 SFTP is a subsystem...

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How To Find And Change SSH Port Number?

ssh  is default protocol used to manage remote systems which are mainly Linux and Network Devices. As it is working over network connection and uses TCP it has a default port number which is 22  . In this tutorial we will look how to change the default port number from client and server point of view. List Server Port Configuration Linux ssh server configuration is stored in /etc/ssh folder with a...

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Linux SSH Server (sshd) Configuration and Security Options With Examples

Secure Shell or with its most know name SSH is a protocol developed to connect IT systems remotely and securely. SSH works as expected client server architecture. In this post we will look various security related configuration options of the SSH daemon service or sshd. The tutorial about the client side ssh configuration can be found in the following link http://www.poftut.com/ssh-tutorial-command-examples/ Server Configuration File Ssh generally works as a service or...

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How To Change OpenSSH SSH Server Port Number In Linux?

Remote access is the main method while managing Linux systems. Remote access must be secured accordingly. OpenSSH suite which implements Ssh provides this security with server and client side. OpenSSH also provides auxiliary tools to make copying or identity management easily and securely. OpenSSH servers run by default TCP port 22. We call it generally ssh port. Ssh port number is know for the whole world so attackers can attack...

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