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looks like we've been waiting too long :)
2) The files
are now obsolete, you can use
For backward compatibility ~/.ssh/authorized_keys2 will still used for
authentication and hostkeys are still read from the known_hosts2.
However, those deprecated files are considered 'readonly'. Future
releases are likely not to read these files.
On Mittwoch, 11. Mai 2011 at 08:01, Dan Kaminsky wrote:
> Sent from my iPhone
> On May 10, 2011, at 9:47 PM, Damien Miller <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, 9 May 2011, Rado S wrote:
> > > Hi devs,
> > >
> > > recently I had to replace authorized_keys on several systems to
> > > enforce an access policy change.
> > > I was badly surprised that authorized_keys2(!) was still processed,
> > > which allowed some old keys to enter the systems again, because I
> > > wasn't aware of the file's existance on the server and use by sshd,
> > > since this "backward compatibility" isn't documented, not even a
> > > historical reference about "obsolete" or "deprecated".
> > >
> > > Maybe it's time to drop the old stuff not to get haunted by such
> > > leftovers again.
> > Good point - I just committed a change to remove it for openssh-5.9
> I'd document, rather than remove. I think all my systems use authorized_keys2. You will end up locking users and admins out.
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