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      Typically, when someone uses a SSH client, that person needs to type a password for each new connection started. This can become bothersome if one is frequently making new connections or is in a situation where others may be physically present when the password is being typed. One alternative to typing the password so often is to use key-based authentication. There are several steps to setting up key-based authentication, but they are a one-time investment.

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