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SSH v2 on wsa

Hi support community

We just installed a server on the network that makes a vulnerability analysis, and one thing it reports about our WSA servers is that they are running SSHv1. So i need to change it to version 2, however in the configuration guide is not reference on how make this change, so if someone could help me would be greatly appreciated

The version running is Asyncos 7.5.1

Many thank in advance..

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SSH v2 on wsa

The command is sshconfig. This must be done via CLI.

> sshconfig

Currently installed keys for admin:

1. ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAA...B9YligmVNh (user@workstation.local)

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- NEW - Add a new key.

- DELETE - Remove a key.

- PRINT - Display a key.

- USER - Switch to a different user to edit.

- SETUP - Configure general settings.

[]> setup

SSH v1 is currently ENABLED.

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- DISABLE - Disable SSH v1

[]> disable

Currently installed keys for admin:

1. ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAA...B9YligmVNh (user@workstation.local)

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- NEW - Add a new key.

- DELETE - Remove a key.

- PRINT - Display a key.

- USER - Switch to a different user to edit.

- SETUP - Configure general settings.

[]>

At this point, press ENTER to go back to the prompt and run commit to save the changes.

> commit

Please enter some comments describing your changes:

[]> disabling SSHv1

Changes committed: Wed Jul 17 18:34:10 2013 BRT

=============================================

If you need to get confirmation, please run sshconfig again to make sure SSHv1 is disabled.

> sshconfig

Currently installed keys for admin:

1. ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAA...B9YligmVNh (user@workstation.local)

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- NEW - Add a new key.

- DELETE - Remove a key.

- PRINT - Display a key.

- USER - Switch to a different user to edit.

- SETUP - Configure general settings.

[]> setup

SSH v1 is currently DISABLED.

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- ENABLE - Enable SSH v1

[]>

At this point, press ENTER to go back to the prompt.

I hope this helps.

If you believe this is the correct answer to your question, please mark this thread answered.

Thanks.

-Valter

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SSH v2 on wsa

The command is sshconfig. This must be done via CLI.

> sshconfig

Currently installed keys for admin:

1. ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAA...B9YligmVNh (user@workstation.local)

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- NEW - Add a new key.

- DELETE - Remove a key.

- PRINT - Display a key.

- USER - Switch to a different user to edit.

- SETUP - Configure general settings.

[]> setup

SSH v1 is currently ENABLED.

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- DISABLE - Disable SSH v1

[]> disable

Currently installed keys for admin:

1. ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAA...B9YligmVNh (user@workstation.local)

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- NEW - Add a new key.

- DELETE - Remove a key.

- PRINT - Display a key.

- USER - Switch to a different user to edit.

- SETUP - Configure general settings.

[]>

At this point, press ENTER to go back to the prompt and run commit to save the changes.

> commit

Please enter some comments describing your changes:

[]> disabling SSHv1

Changes committed: Wed Jul 17 18:34:10 2013 BRT

=============================================

If you need to get confirmation, please run sshconfig again to make sure SSHv1 is disabled.

> sshconfig

Currently installed keys for admin:

1. ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAA...B9YligmVNh (user@workstation.local)

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- NEW - Add a new key.

- DELETE - Remove a key.

- PRINT - Display a key.

- USER - Switch to a different user to edit.

- SETUP - Configure general settings.

[]> setup

SSH v1 is currently DISABLED.

Choose the operation you want to perform:

- ENABLE - Enable SSH v1

[]>

At this point, press ENTER to go back to the prompt.

I hope this helps.

If you believe this is the correct answer to your question, please mark this thread answered.

Thanks.

-Valter

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