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Unix (pam) authorization with required public key Aug 31 2010 06:51AM
?л?я Ско?ик (ilya skorik me) (1 replies)
Re: Unix (pam) authorization with required public key Aug 31 2010 03:43PM
Greg Wooledge (wooledg eeg ccf org) (1 replies)
Re: Unix (pam) authorization with required public key Aug 31 2010 04:34PM
Ð?лÑ?я СкоÑ?ик (ilya skorik me) (1 replies)
Re: Unix (pam) authorization with required public key Sep 01 2010 05:52AM
Hans Harder (hans atbas org)
You cannot do such a thing with ssh, but you can always do something
extra on unix level after login.

For instance :
- use a general account for login with public key and for each pubkey in
authorized_keys2 specify an ssh command
to localhost which is password enabled.
- or start a shell which requires a password.

Hans

>
> We each other haven't understood.
>
> I have adjusted authorization on a public key. But only two methods:
>
> 1. The server will authorize without the password (if the key formed
> without the password).
>
> 2. The client ask the key password (if the key is protected by the password).
>
> It is necessary for me:
>
> 1. What the client is mandatory had a public key without the password
> without which the server won't pass the client.
>
> 2. That at authorization the client would ask the unix password of the
> user on the server.
>

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