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Source: Enterprise Networking Planet - Posted by Eckie Silapaswang   
Documentation Even though we are all security aware and use ridiculously strong passwords (I once used the lyrics to three of my favorite songs along with a few exclamation points and parentheses here and there), when one has to navigate through a series of networks and hop around servers, constantly typing in your SSH passwords can start to contribute to that carpel tunnel. This is pretty much like being the janitor with the huge keyring of identical looking keys. Read on for a concise article of setting up OpenSSH and your keyring to make life just a little more manageable while keeping things safe - isn't that what we're all looking for?

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