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User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
Keyboard-interactive is a generic authentication method that can be used to implement different types of authentication mechanisms. Any currently supported authentication method that requires only the user's input can be performed with keyboard-interactive.
The supported submethods of keyboard-interactive depend on the Secure Shell server. Commonly supported submethods include password, RSA SecurID, RADIUS, and PAM authentication.
The client cannot request any specific keyboard-interactive submethod if the server allows several optional submethods. The order in which the submethods are offered depends on the server configuration. However, if the server allows, for example, the two optional submethods SecurID and password, the user can skip SecurID by pressing enter when SecurID is offered by the server. The user will then be prompted for a password.
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