Whilst its an annoyance, this message is harmless. Here we show three examples of how you can overcome this issue.
A short article which provides a brief description for ssh related commands
This project changes the default configuration of the Solaris OS such that ssh is the only network-listening service.
A simple article on how to create a failover SSH server on a Ubuntu system, allowing you to connect on an alternative port of the original SSHD fails
After your installation of Solaris 11 has completed, you will not be able to login directly to the console as the root user
An article outlining steps needed to be able to use the SSH to access a remote system without supplying a password each time that you connect.
This post provides me with a reminder of the syntax for the most useful SSH features I use whist auditing systems.
It is strongly recommended that sites abandon older clear-text login protocols and use SSH to prevent sniffing of sensitive data off the network
A set of direcetives that are under used are the AllowUsers, AllowGroups, DenyUsers and DenyGroups to restrict user and groups remote access with SSH.
How to configure SSH to allow access using GSSAPI and achieve single-sign-on using vendor supplied OpenSSH or OpenSSH downloaded from the internet.
This post provides the steps necessary to log into a VBA through SSH and load the dpnid key to ensure all the commands are run correctly.
This post provides a quick guide to the steps needed to shutdown an Avamar system.
The beauty of zones under Solaris for me is the ability to clone any zone and then easily adapt it for it's new resources and function.
In a nutshell users will be tied-down to a specific directory which they will not be able to move from, thus prevention from seeing you entire system