Most servers I connect to have the option PasswordAuthentication set to
no, meaning I do more often than not see an error:
Permission denied (publickey).
The reasons for this are multiple, but in my scenario, this happens because
there are no identities (keys) present in the SSH…
What happens with OTP secrets when a user database get leaked? Could the
attacker use them to gain your other sensitive information? How are they
even stored on the server?
One of the widely used method to log into some service day is still via
form of a password…
The release of the KeepassDX v2.9 brings
in Chrome based browsers in addition to Firefox based ones, here's how to
use it on the Android phone with passwords stored on your Arch linux
Start by installing required apps on the phone, for instance via F-D…