I have a server which I have to access frequently via ssh, because I compute on it.
Now, the computing center explicitly forbids SSH-keys because they are "insecure". They feel that typing my password, on a keyboard, everytime, possible in front of other humans, is a much safer way to login.
Now; I cannot change their minds (I tried).
Is there a way to at least temporarily store SSH passwords, the way GIT can store passwords in a cache for some defined time?