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SSH Question...


I'm setting up an automated script which needs the functionality of rsh to
execute some commands on a remote machine, and I need it to *not* prompt
for a pasword.  I know that I can do this with SSH using a .shosts file,
but I would like to use one of SSH's additional methods of host
authentication as well (to make it more secure against DNS pollution
attacks etc).

Is this possible to do and still not have to enter a password?  Can anyone
expain how or point me to relevant documentation?



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