I would like to allow a remote script to access my Mac (Catalina 10.15.2) at the root level.
I know that I can enable keyboard-less access at the user level, by using publickey authentication, via ssh. This is handy, because it allows me to remotely execute scripts on my Mac, over ssh, from a script running on another host.
Is there a way to execute root commands, via ssh, without typing a password, without enabling login for the root account?
Are there other authentication methods for sudo, aside from password?