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  1. August 11, 2016 at 21:25

    Beware, password-less keys are utterly insecure and should only be used in restricted environments (like between systems that can only be reached from one central gateway that can’t be accessed via, etc.).
    Ideally when connecting via SSH you would use a key *with* a password, eliminating this way any risk associated to brute-force attacks.

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