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An SSH server which uses the Google two-factor PAM module asks for the verification code before password.
The main reason I bought Textastic for iPhone is for presenting objc projects located in my Dropbox account.
And the only feature Textastic miss is the option to preview code from remote servers without actually downloading the files locally.
I'll really appreciate if you'll add this feature in one of the next updates.
To detect man-in-the-middle attacks SSH clients are supposed to check the host key of the server, for example by comparing it with a known good key. Should the client neglect to check the server key (or an attacker manage to steal the private key of the server) the connection becomes vulnerable to active man-in-the-middle attacks when using password-based authentication.
Add host key checking to Textastic.
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