SSH: Finding out ECDSA key fingerprint (both server-side & client-side)
Jul 20, 2021 13:15 · 64 words · 1 minute read
Note: If your server does not use the default SSH port 22, you can add the parameter
--port <PORT> before the
SSH fingerprints protect against Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attacks. Both fingerprints should be equal to be safe against a MITM attack.
Commands are based on this StackOverflow answer.
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