💢 This message appears because the first SSH connection now generates a certificate that is stored in the client’s
known_hosts, but if the server is reloaded, the authentication information will change. This error occurs when the server side is different from the client side.
Therefore, just delete the authentication information from your computer. It will be regenerated when it is connected. Deleting is very simple, just enter an instruction on the client:
ssh-keygen -R [host]
- For example: 🙋
ssh-keygen -R 192.168.xx.xx
- Next, connect again and it will appear.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
Enter yes to complete the connection! At the same time, new certifications have been generated.
Note: This message may also be caused by a hacker attack, unless you are sure that this is really due to key inconsistencies caused by factors such as reloading, otherwise please try another network environment, maybe you are not a secure network environment! 🚨