How SSH can give hackers the keys to your business!

 

Unlike SSL certificates, SSH keys do not have an expiration date. SSH keys continue to provide access to your application unless explicitly removed. If an attacker manages to hack your key, you risk the possibility of him remaining undetected while spreading attacks to other devices in your network.

SSH key rotation is often the most neglected procedure in an SSH key management strategy because it can be painful and time-consuming.

In this guide, you will learn more about:

  • Why SSH Key Rotation must be an integral part of your SSH key management
  • The potential pitfalls you would need to overcome before rotating your keys confidently
  • How to ensure uninterrupted access to your device when a key rotation is unsuccessful
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