Python library for interacting with OpenSSH Certificates
ssh_certificate_parser is a small library for interacting with OpenSSH host/user certificates. Specifically, it supports RSA, DSA, and Ed25519 keys signed by an RSA certificate authority. It does not currently validate the CA signature, but merely parses out some fields.
This work is licensed under the ISC license, a copy of which can be found at LICENSE.txt
This module contains a single class,
SSHCertificate. You can construct it with the
from ssh_certificate_parser import SSHCertificate cert = SSHCertificate.from_file('/etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key-cert.pub') remaining_seconds_of_validity = cert.remaining_validity
Full documentation is at https://ssh-certificate-parser.readthedocs.io/en/latest/.
# Install dependencies make install # Lint project make lint # Test project make test make coverage
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