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Kubernetes is a powerful container orchestration platform used by many organizations to deploy and manage their applications. Interacting with a Kubernetes cluster requires configuring the kubeconfig file with the necessary credentials. However, managing these credentials can be challenging, especially in scenarios where a bastion host or SSH tunnel is required.
With kubectl-tokensshtunnel we can automate the process of creating an SSH tunnel to a remote server and retrieving the Kubernetes credentials from there. This tool simplifies access to remote Kubernetes clusters by securely caching the credentials for a specified duration.
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To be able to successfully connect using SSH keys we need to have the private key on the client side and the public key set on the server side (where we want to connect). If we only have the private key, we can generate a public SSH key from it
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If we have a bunch of Raspberries on our network and we want to make sure we are not using the default password on any of them, we can using nmap fo trying to brute-force into them