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Antwort: [suse-security] SSH - changed finger print
  • From: Joachim.Winter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2003 14:16:57 +0200
  • Message-id: <OF15FFA783.D06C31B7-ONC1256DAB.003C8ACC@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Perhaps the Putty-File is destroyed. You can find it in the putty-dir with
the extension "REG". Try to restore this file and then to reconnect.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Joachim Winter
Malberg EDV-Systemberatung GmbH
Humboldtstrasse 18
04105 Leipzig

Tel.: 0341 / 986 - 2860
Fax: 0341 / 986 - 2879
www.malberg-edv.de


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Hello list,

today during login to server by ssh, I've noticed that fingerprint of my
key server has changed.
I comapred keys with previous backups - keys are the same.

It is strange, different fingerprint warning I get when I use PuTTY on
my W2k workstation. When I try to login from my SuSE workstation I
didn't get any warning.

I use SuSE 8.2 Pro and latest patches to OpenSSH I have installed.
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Dominik Sk?adanowski
e-mail: dominik.skladanowski@xxxxxxxxxxxx

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