sshd: How to enable PAM authentication for specific users under

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Published on 2011-01-14T19:23:31Z Indexed on 2011/01/17 18:54 UTC
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I am using sshd, and allow logins with public key authentication.

I want to allow select users to log in with a PAM two-factor authentication module.

Is there any way I can allow PAM two-factor authentication for a specifc user? I don't want users -

By the same token - I only want to enable password authentication for specific accounts. I want my SSH daemon to reject the password authentication attempts to thwart would-be hackers into thinking that I will not accept password authentication - except for the case in which someone knows my heavily guarded secret account, which is password enabled. I want to do this for cases in which my SSH clients will not let me do either secret key, or two-factor authentication.

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