SSH keys are pointless and no more secure than password. Change my mind.
Not having to type a password is pretty nice since on a cold day I mess up typing it the first few times.
>>70570821You have to formulate an argument before you can ask for a counter-argument.
>>70570821SSH keys can be stored offline in HSMs and accessed with hardware PINs, passwords cannot. SSH keys can be protected with a password, providing a second factor of auth (something you have + something you know), therefore SSH keys are more secure.SSH keys don't train you to keep re-entering your password, therefore SSH keys are more secure.
You're objectively wrong. Not that password is super insecure if the password is good, but key exchange is fucking great. Allows you to get the most out of SSH too.
>>70570879>xir doesn't use passphrase
>>70570821Why do the mods continue to allow kids to post here?
>>70570979Not as new as you, boyo
shit-tier threaddoesn't even deserve a (you)
>>70571028Sure thing, lurk more and make sure you know how and when to sage when posting.
>>70570821nigel , stop trolling bro
>>70571837Shouldnt you be at work dom?
>>70571853I've been out on sickleave ever since you gave me the good ol' spicy keychain. Why would you give your own brother the good ol' spicy keychain, Dominic
>>70570887I can store my ssh key in my TPM module? I didn't even know that lmao