HMC Math SSH Fingerprints

Depending on the SSH client you're using, a new host message might include a ECSDA fingerprint, an RSA fingerprint, or a DSA fingerprint. The following list shows these fingerprints for publically accessible hosts within the mathematics department.

Fingerprints

hex.math.hmc.edu
ECDSA
SHA256:OVUZmuHrOSDAL29d7b+9D+9fK+EQ1fkod3yMD6ldVG8
RSA
SHA256:ueMejsNd8yKa3/gv05Klh+Vk2KUXA3Z8cejSQNw+BcY
DSA
SHA256:XvQQ3cxaiODAij/Fup2WgQlCBcIpSLtnGP4w/6ENLHE
pex.math.hmc.edu
ECDSA
SHA256:ge2cWDAumTjMnfzOQZesj5gx4323EuqSCcv37gYxouA
RSA
SHA256:gfOMPjbhgXeTahHHbYpJT5bxZ6fwUHJHDiM10RsTGzs
DSA

GPG Verification

If you're extra paranoid, you can check the GPG signed text version of the list. It should be signed by Claire Connelly's public key.

(I'm assuming that if you're paranoid enough to want to check the validity of the file, you know how to add my key to your keyring and check the file.)

shell.math.hmc.edu ssh Keys

With the change to our DNS records allowing shell.math.hmc.edu to act as an alias for the machines in the lab, you may be seeing similar errors when connecting via ssh. By adding the contents of known_hosts-for-shell (GPG signature) to your ~/.ssh/known_hosts file, you should be able to connect to any of the machines without getting the warning messages. (We have a detached signature here so that you can just add the contents of the actual file without having to strip off the signature first.)