# Triton ssh key fingerprints¶

ssh key fingerprints allow you to verify the server you are connecting to. The usual security model is that once you connect once, you save the key and can always be sure you are connecting to the same server from then on. To be smarter, you can actually verify the keys the first time you connect - thus, they are provided below.

Here are the SSH key fingerprints for Triton:

256 SHA256:04Wt813WFsYjZ7KiAyo3u6RiGBelq1R19oJd2GXIAho no comment (ECDSA)
256 SHA256:1Mj2Gpf6iinwni/Yf9g/b/wToaUaOU87szzzCtibj6I no comment (ED25519)
2048 SHA256:glizQJUQKoGcN2aTtp9JtXuJjJtnrKxRD8yImE06RJQ no comment (RSA)


and the same but with md5 hashes:

256 MD5:ac:61:86:86:e1:11:29:f5:46:23:d8:25:00:8a:7b:f0 no comment (ECDSA)
256 MD5:1d:e7:c9:f6:92:a1:c0:65:10:97:d7:72:7d:4c:82:5a no comment (ED25519)
2048 MD5:a4:73:89:ae:8c:a5:ea:2a:04:76:cc:0b:6a:f7:e6:9a no comment (RSA)


Or this can be copied and pasted directly into your .ssh/authorized_keys file:

triton.aalto.fi ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQDk8MvTSB2gYZf9Y969vhMczdGSO+rNGZQhZLUGMkMduq4q+b/LpHCn/yH1JN8NWeIDt8NELdnl+/0hmk/zk7IHxtnPvNbZuAYO1T1Hh7Kk72zQFOESHqmbYcPH5SDf12XfNYJ6cQIqHRaF4QT483+f9fvUlp7E+MKQlr3+NreKm4AHdTcHjqW75r1Mh/z0q9Qoqdgn3gDCzmN6+Y0aGyf4wICMJlKUBQP0muqSfYWX43StaPh+hoOQFYOiK1jOVEBY/HFXOuDzgCCG2b9qWhTrA3svcSKK4E6X76sXOR+8FTbC7u9xnLgm+903+zsGfsEQY2eNXfR7YChNxz4y5ASf
triton.aalto.fi ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 AAAAE2VjZHNhLXNoYTItbmlzdHAyNTYAAAAIbmlzdHAyNTYAAABBBAZvw6Bgs+cPGFjwqMABAGC+cG2bBYR69+Hc5ChxQhwNwCW1zCg6w/pAerbr+A6IzJDx8uN03bcTZj+xzLH2kLE=
triton.aalto.fi ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIDumqy+fbEwTOtyVlPGqzS/k4i/hJ8L+kUDf6MpWO1OI


There is also a page for ssh host keys for the Aalto shell servers kosh, lyta, brute, force