Re: SSH ignores locked accounts

From: Darren Tucker (dtucker_at_dodgy.net.au)
Date: 11/11/03

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    In article <268fc341.0311102223.10b54c01@posting.google.com>,
    UnixFan <gxy1997@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >> [about sshd honouring locked accounts]
    >
    >By default, without specific configuration, such as putting public key
    >into .ssh/authorized_keys file, the account is locked. And when the
    >account's password is invalid, only system administrator will be able
    >to make the necessary configuration for the account to be able to log
    >on through ssh.

    True, for a new account. What if the account has previously been active
    and is then locked?

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