|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|their offer ssh rsa||1.4||0.1||4807||40||19|
|their offer ssh-rsa||1.27||0.9||8175||21|
|their offer ssh-rsa ssh-dss||0.43||0.4||549||29|
|ssh their offer ssh-rsa ssh-dss||1.57||0.3||3346||32|
|what is ssh rsa||0.66||0.3||1578||72|
|ssh unable to negotiate their offer ssh-rsa||1.45||0.9||284||84|
|git their offer ssh-rsa||1.2||0.3||7878||26|
|unable to negotiate with their offer ssh-rsa||0.39||0.8||9781||55|
|ssh with rsa key or||1.18||0.3||496||52|
|ssh login with rsa key||1.71||0.8||7946||98|
|rsa private key ssh||0.38||1||6750||23|
|rsa public key ssh||0.11||0.1||8583||80|
|use rsa key to ssh||0.96||0.3||7595||78|
|ssh add rsa key||0.34||0.5||4164||93|
|their offer ssh-dss||0.61||0.5||7420||5|
|ssh rsa key generation||0.78||1||5379||30|
|ssh their offer ssh-rsa||0.88||0.6||5895||77|
|gitlab their offer ssh-rsa||0.55||0.7||1210||72|
Their offer: ssh-rsa, ssh-dSS You are probably using the latest version of OpenSSH, e.g. 8.8. OpenSSH has removed ssh-rsa from its defaults. As a workaround you can enable it in your SSH client. For example on the command line, add -oHostKeyAlgorithms=+ssh-rsa to the SSH command: ssh -oHostKeyAlgorithms=+ssh-rsa [email protected]Can I still use my old SSH RSA keys?
Modern SSH implementations, including the OpenSSH version you upgraded to, will still allow you to use your old SSH RSA keys and will automatically upgrade any signature they use from SHA1 to a SHA2-based hash. The problem is that if you connect to a server that does not support the new SHA-2 signatures, you will be unable to connect.Is SSH-RSA still supported?
So "ssh-rsa" keys are still fine in the default configuration, but the "ssh-rsa" algorithm is not because it uses sha1 based signatures. It also depends on what you're running on your own machine. If you're running something like Arch or Fedora36+, which is on OpenSSL3.0, then older algorithms have been deprecated or disabled.Is SSH-RSA a supported hostkey type?
That library explicitly lists only ssh-rsa and ssh-dss as the supported hostkey types. Also there is nothing to the contrary in the changelog. Is this a private project or some public git client I could use for testing?