BIP KB Tag: keys

How To Set Up SSH Keys With Linux Command Line

Introduction To Setting Up SSH Keys In this tutorial we are going to setup encrypted SSH Keys for authentication. There are many benefits to this type of setup which include: No longer needing to enter a password (unless you encrypt your keys with password protection *recommended*) Once public/private key pair authentication is configured, you can disable password authentication completely and only allow access via the key. Sto...
By jack, March 17, 2015


How To Add Your SSH Public Key To CentOS

Introduction to SSH Public Key In this tutorial we are going to add our public key for authentication through SSH. There are many benefits to this type of setup which include: No longer needing to enter a password (unless you encrypt your keys with password protection *recommended*) Once public/private key pair authentication is configured, you can disable password authentication completely and only allow access via the key. St...
By samantha, March 17, 2015


How To Configure SSH Key Access Authentication Only On Your CentOS SSH Server

Introduction to SSH Key pairs This how to assumes you have SSH Key installed on your server. If you do not you can follow either of the how to’s below: How to Set Up SSH Keys with Linux Commandline In this tutorial we will be: Changing The SSH Servers Po1rt Allowing connections only va PubkeyAuthentication. We will begin by editing your SSH servers configuration file: /etc/ssh/sshd_config vi /etc/ss...
By samantha, March 17, 2015


How To Install Ruby On Rails On Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Install Ruby Introduction This tutorial will show you how to install Ruby Version Manager (RVM) which can be used to install Ruby, and then RubyGems, which can be used to install the Ruby on Rails framework. Finally, we’ll create an empty application and see it run: SSH to your Pod as root, and then run the following: root@rubyserver:~# \curl -L https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable root@rubyserver:~# source /etc/profile.d...
By chris, March 18, 2015


How To Use A Keytab

A keytab is a file containing pairs of Kerberos principals and encrypted keys (these are derived from the Kerberos password). You can use this file to log into Kerberos without being prompted for a password. The most common personal use of these files is to allow scripts to authenticate to Kerberos without human interaction, or store a password in a plaintext file. The acquired credentials can then be used by the script to gain access...
By jessica, May 11, 2015