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By default, the SSH client verifies the identity of the host to which it connects. If the remote host key is unknown to your SSH client, you would be asked to accept it by typing "yes" or "no". This could cause a trouble when running from script that
Overview Public key authentication is a way of logging into an SSH/SFTP account using a cryptographic key rather than a password. If you use very strong SSH/SFTP passwords, your accounts are already safe from brute force attacks. However, using publi