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Security Breach?

dnwkdnwk Member
edited May 2013 in Help

When I connect to my VM today (hosted on my own dedicated server at quickpacket), there is one pretty wired thing happened. My SSH Session suddenly disconnected. And When my SSH client trying to reconnect, I receive a warnning that Host SSH Key has changed and I got a password incorrect error. I start to worry and Login to VM using console and do a SSH restart. And then everything revert to normal. Is it possible that someone either on my network or datacenter's network trying to intercept my SSH connection? When I click ignore host key change warnning, I basic send them my password. Or how do I find out if someone is trying to intercept my ssh connection? I am using KVM
Thanks

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