SSHv2 with DSA publickey authentication

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SSHv2 with DSA publickey authentication

Hey folks,

Is there any way to use DSA auth with SSHv2? That's the only authentication I allow, and I would
rather avoid enabling RSA authentication.

Another quick question - on the Advanced tab, under "Preferred SSH protocol version", 2 is greyed out - how can I enable that?

Thanks a bunch! :)

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Re: SSHv2 with DSA publickey authentication

Benny wrote:

Is there any way to use DSA auth with SSHv2? That's the only authentication I allow, and I would rather avoid enabling RSA authentication.
Not yet. You may wait for January, when new version that would support DSA, should be already released.

Another quick question - on the Advanced tab, under "Preferred SSH protocol version", 2 is greyed out - how can I enable that?
There are two possibilities: you've either entered path to key on "Basic" tab or you've selected "DES" algorithm. Both is not supported for SSH2 by current version.
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Re: SSHv2 with DSA publickey authentication

Both DSA and public key authentication is already supported by WinSCP 2.1 #119.
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