This module can determine what public keys are configured for
key-based authentication across a range of machines, users, and
sets of known keys. The SSH protocol indicates whether a particular
key is accepted prior to the client performing the actual signed
authentication request. To use this module, a text file containing
one or more SSH keys should be provided. These can be private or
public, so long as no passphrase is set on the private keys.
If you have loaded a database plugin and connected to a database
this module will record authorized public keys and hosts so you can
track your process.
Key files may be a single public (unencrypted) key, or several public
keys concatenated together as an ASCII text file. Non-key data should be
silently ignored. Private keys will only utilize the public key component
stored within the key file.
- todb <email@example.com>
- hdm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Stuart Morgan <email@example.com>