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SSH

User Authentication - Host-Based

Using host-based authentication denied for a host

Use of <filename> denied for <hostname>

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

Use of host-based authentication is denied for the host in server configuration.

Configuration files missing for host-based authentication

hostbased-authentication (rhosts) refused for <login-name> no .shosts or .rhosts files and no system-wide files (ie: /etc/shosts.equiv)

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The required files for host-based authentication are missing.

Home directory missing in host-based authentication

hostbased-authentication (rhosts) refused for <login-name>: no home directory <directory>

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The user's home directory does not exist.

Home directory ownership or permissions invalid in host-based authentication

hostbased-authentication (rhosts) refused for <login-name>: bad ownership or modes for home directory.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

If the StrictModes option for the server is switched on, then this message means that the user's home directory is not owned by either the user or the root, or that its permission bits are not correct.

.rhosts file ownership or permissions invalid in host-based authentication

hostbased-authentication (rhosts) refused for <login-name>: bad modes for <file>

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

If the StrictModes option for the server is switched on, then this message means that the user's .rhosts file is not owned either by the user or by the root, or that its permission bits are not correct.

Host-based authentication refused for user

hostbased-authentication (rhosts) refused: client user <login-name>, server user <login-name>, client host <hostname>.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The host-based authentication attempt has failed.

Client's host certificate is not valid in host-based authentication

Hostbased: User <login-name>'s client host certificate not valid, error: <error>.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The host certificate sent by the client during host-based authentication could not be successfully validated.

Certificate does not contain the client host name in host-based authentication

Certificate does not contain client hostname <hostname>.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The host certificate sent by the client during host-based authentication does not contain the client's host name.

Certificate could not be decoded in host-based authentication

Received certificate could not be decoded

Level: notice

Facility: AUTH

The host certificate sent by the client during host-based authentication could not be decoded.

Public key could not be extracted from the received certificate in host-based authentication

Could not extract public key from received certificate

Level: notice

Facility: AUTH

Extracting the public key from the received certificate failed during host-based authentication.

Cryptographic operation failed in host-based authentication

Hostbased: Crypto operation failed for public key (for user <login-name>).

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

Changing the hashing scheme in the public key failed in host-based authentication.

Verifying the signature failed in host-based authentication

Hostbased authentication failed for <login-name>.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

Verifying the signature failed in host-based authentication.

Host-based authentication successful

Hostbased authentication for user <login-name> accepted.

Level: notice

Facility: AUTH

Authentication using the host-based authentication method succeeded for the user.

Could not decode packet in host-based authentication

Error decoding "hostbased" packet.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

Decoding the host-based authentication protocol packet failed.

The host name given by the client does not match the one given by the client in host-based authentication

Client gave us a hostname (<hostname>) which doesn't match the one we got from DNS (<hostname>) (sending failure)

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The server has been configured to use strict host name checking and the host name obtained using reverse DNS lookup does not match the one in the host-based authentication packet.

The host name given by client does not match the one given by the client in host-based authentication, ignored

Client gave us a hostname (<hostname>) which doesn't match the one we got from DNS (<hostname>) (trusting that client is valid, if signature verification succeeds)

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The host name obtained using reverse DNS lookup does not match the one in the host-based authentication packet, but the server does not require a match.

Invalid packet received in host-based authentication

Invalid packet. (extra data at end)

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The received packet in host-based authentication contains extra data and will be discarded as invalid.

Client is using a public-key algorithm not supported by server in host-based authentication

Client's public key algorithms are not supported by us. (client sent <algorithm-name>)

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The public key sent by the client in host-based authentication uses a public key algorithm not supported by the server.

User's .ssh2 directory is missing in host-based authentication

Couldn't find or create user <login-name>'s .ssh2 directory.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The user's .ssh2 directory could not be found or created in host-based authentication.

Received host key and stored host key differ in host-based authentication

The public key stored in <filename> and the one given by the client were different.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

The host key sent by the client and the one stored in the known host keys directory differ in host-based authentication.

Invalid client host key in host-based authentication

Importing client pubkey failed.

Level: warning

Facility: AUTH

There was an error when decoding the host key sent by the client during host-based authentication.

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