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Re: Putty and pre-shared keys with Cygwin's sshd
Greetings, Andrew DeFaria!
>>>> I believe that PuTTy is SSH2, while Cygwin is OpenSSH.
>> PuTTY using it's own format for SSH2 keys. As explained in help file.
> That's another thing about these one offs - they invent there own ways
> of doing things making them different and not compatible with already
> established ways - i.e. the "not playing well together" part. (Though
> granted there is no standard for ssh2 keys, it doesn't necessarily mean
> they should go off an invent yet another way...)
There's no established way to store both keys in the same file. PuTTY's .ppk
container is, by far, a combination of ssh.com's public and private key blocks
concatenated into a single file.
Andrey Repin (email@example.com) 23.01.2012, <23:35>
Sorry for my terrible english...
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