You need to configure all the Linux systems that should be scanned to allow password authentication over SSH.

    1. Make sure that the following line is present in the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file:

PasswordAuthentication yes

    1. Run the following command:

sudo passwd radar-user

  1. In the F-Secure Elements Security Center, go to Templates and open the Network scan templates tab.
  2. Create a new scan template or edit an existing one.
  3. Enable Linux authenticated scanning using a password as authentication method, and specify the SSH port, encryption key, and the credentials.
  4. Save the template.
  5. In the F-Secure Elements Security Center, go to Network scans and in the Group view, find the scan group that you want to set up for authenticated scanning.
  6. Click the menu icon and select Edit scan group.
  7. Configure the scan group to use the scan node and template that has been prepared for Linux authenticated scanning.
  8. Save the changes.

If everything has been configured correctly, it is now possible to scan Linux systems using an authenticated context.

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