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Old 01-08-2018, 01:15 PM   #1
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Question What type of MACs can I add to ssh_config file and how to confirm?

I don't think I want to add to /etc/ssh/ssh_config

However I see from the man ssh_config, that the following are available:

Would it be safe to use all of the above?

Also, I've run

ssh -Q mac
And it doesn't tell me any there a way to confirm what MACs are being used from ssh_config?

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When the client picks a MAC, it just goes through the list of available hashes on the server. The first one it finds that both the server and client can use, it chooses for itself. The 2 sides then agree. So, you can add any MAC hashes you want.


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