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0005247CentOS-6-OTHERpublic2013-01-09 13:37
ReporterO 
PriorityimmediateSeveritymajorReproducibilityhave not tried
Status newResolutionopen 
Product Version 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0005247: sshd does not close existing password authentificated connections in usercontext of a user changing his password
Descriptionsolution: if a user changes his password all sshd processes belonging to this user have to close all existing connections that have been opened using this password at the time where the new [password||password_hash] is stored in the database.
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athmane

athmane

2011-11-16 04:31

developer   ~0013764

That normal behavior of openssh, for example if you do a wrong modification in sshd configuration, you can still fix it as long as you don't close your active ssh session.

You can report RFE upstream, can't be changed in CentOS side.
O

O

2011-11-16 12:13

reporter   ~0013770

maybe workaround like this (not tested)?
#!/bin/sh
yes <new_password> | passwd &
sleep 1
reboot
rkosegi

rkosegi

2013-01-09 13:37

reporter   ~0016264

What is user can use both public key authetication and password based?

Then you recommend to kill all user's sessions authenticated by PK?

This is not way how OpenSSH works and even is not related to CentOS IMO.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2011-11-16 02:21 O New Issue
2011-11-16 04:31 athmane Note Added: 0013764
2011-11-16 12:13 O Note Added: 0013770
2013-01-09 13:37 rkosegi Note Added: 0016264