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OpenSSH and ECC keys (ECDSA)

Note to self: OpenSSH 5.7 and above support ECDSA authentication. As I mentioned previously, ECDSA is based on ECC keys. These are harder to crack and offer better performance as the key size is small. Here’s what I did to set up SSH keys for a new install of Git on Windows today:

The important bit is the -t ECDSA. The other two switches just specify a place to store the key as well as give it a description for my reference.

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