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Re: [tor-talk] Anecdotical experience of SSH MITM
Could you post more log data?
On July 15, 2017 1:33:52 PM GMT+02:00, carlo von lynX <lynX@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Hi, I report an experience I seem to have made.
>In recent weeks I was occasionally prompted with
>a wrong SSH key for my server, like this:
>RSA key fingerprint is
>Today I was fast enough to look up the stream
>list, using remotor:
>2602 SUCCEEDED 1183 [destination-host-scrapped]:2222
>Yes, the intervention happened on a non-standard
>ssh port. I looked up the circuit in the circuit
>status list (the "1183"):
>1183 BUILT [entry-guard-scrapped],jaures3,coriandolino c
>To ensure the circuit hadn't changed while I looked it
>up, I tried connecting again, resulting in the same false
>Next I hit 'new identity' and was able to log in without
>disruptions over some other friendly exit node.
>Thank you for your attention in the matter.
>Make your own deductions.
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