Public Key Authentication

Are you getting sick of typing in your password each and every time you want to login to a remote host? Why don’t you use public key authentication?

What you need to do:

You should now be able to login to the remote server without having to type in your password.

NOTE: It is your responsibility to make sure that your private key remains uncompromised.

NOTE: You should never use an empty passphrase for your private key. consider using the SSH agent.

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