Today I had a look a the recently published MagPi "conquer the command line"
https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi-issue ... ash_v1.pdf and found on page 48 this statement:
I am very surprised by this. I have checked on 3 pi running Raspbian Wheezy all of them have different host keys. Also I remember when I re-installed a fresh Raspbian and ssh'ing to it from another computer I received a message about the host key has changed.With Raspbian, you have a pair of keys (public and
private) in /etc/ssh/. Unfortunately, they’ll be the same as those
held by everyone else with a copy of the Raspbian image that you
Also I mounted the Raspbian wheezy image (not yet switched to Jessie) and found there is only config files in /etc/ssh/ no keys at all. Hence I believe there is a script generating host keys at the very first ssh run.
Have I miss something? Is the above statement is true?