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    Jan

How do I list my RSA key fingerprint SSH

If you want to know / list / print or even compare  what is your ssh RSA key fingerprint, simply run the command below.

You can run this command as regular user or as root.

Distro

It is same folder for Debian / Fedora / CentOS / Ubuntu

Location

The RSA key fingerprint is located at: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key

COMMAND

And to print the ssh RSA key, type the command below :

ssh-keygen -l -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key

List RSA key fingerprint

List RSA key fingerprint

So every time you make ssh connection, you have to make sure that the following match to your file, otherwise you might not be at your server (or the server that you think you are in 😐 )

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