Nice tool, but it is also possible, to use DNSSEC to validate SSH fingerprints, which is much more comfortable and more secure. Am 01.09.2014 um 06:41 schrieb John Leo: > This tool displays SSH host key fingerprint - through HTTPS. > > SSH is about security; host key matters a lot here; and you can know for > sure by using this tool. It means you know precisely how to answer this > question: > The authenticity of host 'blah.blah.blah (10.10.10.10)' can't be > established. > RSA key fingerprint is > a4:d9:a4:d9:a4:d9a4:d9:a4:d9a4:d9a4:d9a4:d9a4:d9a4:d9. > Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? > > https://checkssh.com/ > > We hackers don't want to get hacked. :-) SSH rocks - when host key is > right. Enjoy!
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