On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 02:49:17PM -0500, Dragoncrest wrote:
> Hi again everyone.  Ok, this issue just popped up today on a different
> machine, but it's still bugging me either way.  My home mail server
> (freebsd 4.8) has SSH available to the internet so I can get into the
> box from work if need be.  That is the only port open as it's a fetching
> mail server so port 25 isn't available to the rest of the world.  Nor is
> 110.  What I just discovered today is that my sshd is allowing auth by
> public key OR password.  I don't want it to auth by password.  JUST
> public key.  So in other words if you don't already have the public key
> file, well, it sucks being you because you won't get connected.
> Anyone know how to do this?  Or would this question be better handled on
> an SSH mailing list?  If so, which list is best and how do I sign up? 
> Much apreciated on the info.  Thanks.

Uncomment the following line /etc/ssh/sshd_config and HUP sshd:

#PasswordAuthentication yes

gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys D8527E49

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