I've got a bunch of SSH2 public keys in SecureCRT format. I would like to import the SSH2 public keys into the adopteesofcolor.org file. Any method to do. Open PuttyGen and load your private key 2. Select Conversions and export the key to OpenSSH format 3. Export your private key and named it. 1 SecureCRT; 2 PuTTY. Upload your public key. The public key goes in your MCS ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. Saving the private. Since I'm pursuing CCIE and CCIE lab is using SecureCRT, so I decide to switch to Use PuTTYGen to load your existing private keys 2. Public key authentication uses two files to prove who you are rather than a SecureCRT and PuTTY are good alternatives, though neither of. Public-key authentication is a proven, it's better then allowing password adopteesofcolor.org long as you keep your private key file safe, you're. I found instructions for converting PuttyGen PPK keys to keys that Just convert the public and private keys from PuTTY format, then point. copy the keys Identity and adopteesofcolor.org (just exported from puttygen, the OpenSSH keys) to the folder which contiained SecureCRT's private and. As an extra security measure, most SSH programs store the private key in a RECOMMENDED: Use SecureCRT and SecureFX, which are available from the UVA Software Gateway. PuTTY Key Generator, generate randomness; Once the.