Tag: SSH

OpenSSH client vulnerabilities: CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778

Two new vulnerabilities, CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778, were found yesterday on the OpenSSH project which allows a malicious SSH server to steal the client’s private keys when using the roaming undocumented feature. So, if you have to connect to any server that is not under your control (including git over SSH through third-party services like GitHub or […]

January 15 / 2016

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SSH strange error: Host key verification failed

Today we came across a quite uncommon error with SSH. The error actually happened when trying to clone a github repository. When trying to connect to the remote server, we were getting “Host key verification failed.”. The SSH keys were there, but the connection was dying. The problem was solved when adding the remote server’s […]

August 02 / 2010
Author Pablo
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Setting up sftp in Dreamweaver using a specific sftp port

SFTP stands for SSH File Transfer Protocol and it uses the SSH protocol to reliably and securely transfer files. While using sftp on Dreamweaver is not too complicated, setting it up to use a specific port is not well documented. SFTP uses the same port as SSH, the default port is 22 but it is […]

November 29 / 2009
Author Kim
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