Tag Archives: ssh

KeePass: SSH keys passwords storage and decryption on Linux

13 December 2019
 

 As a follow-up to the SSH: RSA keys, and ssh-agent for SSH keys and their passwords management post. The idea now is to make simpler to work with password-protected SSH keys, to avoid the necessity to enter a password each time when you want to load a key to the ssh-agent. One of the possible… Read More »

KeePass: an MFA TOTP codes, a browser’s passwords, SSH keys passwords storage configuration and Secret Service integration

12 December 2019
 

 So, this seems to be the last one post in the whole series about passwords and SSH management in Linux. The previous parts were about: Linux: the Nextcloud client, qtkeychain and the “The name org.freedesktop.secrets was not provided by any .service files” error – I found that a keyring service is able to store SSH… Read More »

SSH: RSA keys, and ssh-agent for SSH keys and their passwords management

1 December 2019
 

 During keyring configuration for the Nextcloud client (see the Linux: the Nextcloud client, qtkeychain and the “The name org.freedesktop.secrets was not provided by any .service files” error post) – I decided to clean up the mess in my SSH keys, as I have a lot of them and sometimes authentication became just pain. In general… Read More »