reset ssh keys, even if only a public key in fedora?
limb at jcomserv.net
Tue Aug 19 14:11:03 UTC 2008
>> I just received the reset password mail, and it asks me to reset my ssh
>> key by doing ssh-keygen. However, if I recall well I only uploaded my
>> public key to the fedora server. Why would I want to reset my key pair?
>> Maybe I am not one of the users who should reset their key, but I am
>> almost sure that I sent the public key to the fedora server, and it
>> seems to me that it is used for cvs access. So it is unclear if
>> I 'do not use a SSH key in the Fedora Account System'.
>> Am I missing something? Can anybody clarify?
> I wasn't sure about that, but when I tried to upload my old DSS key, it
> demanded an RSA key. Plus, my old FAS password was 6 digits, and now it
> wants 8. Some security hardening is definitely going on.
BTW, I suspect if you were already using an RSA key, you could just
re-upload the same public key and bob's your uncle.
> And is to be applauded. BTW, a shout out and mad props to the
> Infrastructure team and all others involved.
>> fedora-devel-list mailing list
>> fedora-devel-list at redhat.com
> novus ordo absurdum
> fedora-devel-list mailing list
> fedora-devel-list at redhat.com
novus ordo absurdum
More information about the devel