Yes, you just need to do both -> first publickey, which will fail, and then password or keyboard-interactive, which will succeed.
The process is something like this:
1) check which auth methods are allowed using libssh2_userauth_list()
2) try to authenticate using one of the methods
3) if it fails, go back to (1)
You should probably somehow keep track what you've tried to avoid an infinite loop.
> On 04 Feb 2016, at 13:48, Keith Martin <kthmrtn24_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to connect to a SFTP service which requires both username/password and public/private key authentication at the same time.
> I can connect using the command line SFTP, for example:
> sftp -o "IdentityFile=keyfile.txt" username_at_server.com <mailto:username_at_server.com>
> Connecting to server.com...
> EFT Server Enterprise 184.108.40.206Enter passphrase for key 'keyfile.txt':
> Authenticated with partial success.
> Enter password:
> What I can't figure out is a way within libssh2 to perform both of these authentication steps. If I try either libssh2_userauth_publickey_frommemory or libssh2_userauth_password both of these return an immediate failure.
> Is there any way within libssh2 to get this form of double authentication?
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Received on 2016-02-04