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When logging into an SSH server with username a client needs to provide a public key to receive the symmetrically encrypted traffic. Is the key pair stored in memory or ...
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    Where does putty store it's temporary RSA key pair when logging in with username?


    When logging into an SSH server with username a client needs to provide a public key to receive the symmetrically encrypted traffic.

    Is the key pair stored in memory or in a temporary location on the harddrive?

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    Google is your friend.

    LMGTFY

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