SSH Keys Setup on Ubuntu🔑

SSH keys are important because they offer secure authentication compared to passwords. They use a pair of keys, with the private key stored on the client machine and the public key uploaded to the server. This method is more secure as it resists brute-force attacks. SSH keys provide increased security by using asymmetric encryption, making it practically impossible to derive the private key from the public key. They enable automation, passwordless logins, and convenient remote access. SSH keys also allow for easy access management and revocation, as well as improved auditing and accountability through detailed logs.


In this guide, I will show you how to set up SHH keys in ubuntu understand this can be transferred to Debian based system too.

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