Category: SSH

sshuttle

  sshuttle on github What is sshuttle? Basically, it’s a Python app that uses SSH to create a quick and dirty VPN between your Linux, BSD, or Mac OS X machine and a remote system that has SSH access and Python. Written by Avery Pennarun and licensed under the GPLv2, sshuttle is a transparent proxy…


Add Two Factor SSH Authentication With Authy

  From blog.authy.com This is an excellent tool to implement 2 factor authentication on your server. Granted you will need your phone close by in order to login but if you have ever used RSA, this will be very familiar to you. You will need to sign up in order to use this. Once you…


ClusterSSH

From sourceforge.net ClusterSSH is a tool for making the same change on multiple servers at the same time. The ‘cssh’ command opens an administration console and an xterm to all specified hosts. Any text typed into the administration console is replicated to all windows. All windows may also be typed into directly. This tool is…


key-based ssh authentication

tarbackup.com – Simple tar backup for free forever   A feature request for tarbackup is using a private ssh key instead of a password to connect to the tarbackup server when using sftp to backup files. I’m happy to report that we now support public/private keys for sftp authentication! To use an ssh key with tarbackup, first use this…