After generating keys and authorized_keys correctly you encounter this error when shelling into the remote machines. Identity is the problem.
How to use Paramiko SSH in Python to launch remote applications. A simple thread class example with implementation.
When you try to connect to a remote virtual machine host server and get the Virtual Machine Manager Connection Failure window shown below, the problem should be one of only two things. Either libvirtd really isn’t running and you need to start it, or you don’t have openssh-askpass installed.
With one host connecting and launching dbus sessions, this should work. You can get the variable from running sessions in /proc/
If you need to forward X the old school unencrypted way, you need to add one line to gdm’s custom.conf file and restart the desktop. Without this, the old “xhost +” won’t do a thing because the out of the box Xorg configuration includes the nolisten tcp flag.
I can see a use of this type of attack for getting around captchas. If I host a web page that gives you access to download free mp3s, and all you have to do is complete a captcha to get it, what if I get that captcha from another site? I mean, when you load my page, I load the site I want to attack and show you their captcha instead?! That would basically make you my captcha-cracking conscript!
Proxytunnel is a program that connects stdin and stdout to a server somewhere on the network, through a standard HTTPS proxy. Getting it built seems to be pretty straight forward stuff.