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  • Published Answer

    Is the password on my SSH keys really secure?

    tl;dr if you didn’t use the ed25519 SSH key type or didn’t use the “-o” option to ssh-keygen, your SSH keys are insecure If …
    Accepted Answer: tl;dr if you didn’t use the ed25519 SSH key type or didn’t use the “-o” option to ssh-keygen, your SSH keys are insecure If …
    By peterwwillis
  • Published Question

    Is the password on my SSH keys really secure?

    Is the password I add to my SSH keys really secure? I heard that the password encryption might be out of date.
    Accepted Answer: tl;dr if you didn't use the ed25519 SSH key type or didn't use the "-o" option to ssh-keygen, your SSH keys are insecure If you never set a password on your ssh keys, you can ignore all of this. But if you did set a p...
    1 By peterwwillis Security Networking