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CERULEAN EXPRESS - I see the keys 20

**On the SSH server, there’s an ssh public key saved so whoever has the private key can login. Find the key and name the user that created the key.**

1. Where are public keys stored in the Linux Shell? SSH is the place to be!
2. So if you ls -al ~/.ssh/, you can see that on April 26th, the root user created the authorized key file
3. What you do then is cat to the new file directory you ended up seeing, so ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

Then finally, at the very end of the file, you see theArcadeHacker1337