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A library for working with public SSH keys.

Project Description

sshkeys

sshkeys is a small library for reading SSH public keys, extracting some information from them and possibly outputting them again. It’s mainly useful when dealing with scripts that manipulate ~/.ssh/authorized_keys or handle user’s public keys in other ways.

sshkeys supports Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, 3.4.

Example

Here’s a small example session:

>>> from sshkeys import Key
>>> k = Key.from_pubkey_file('sample_rsa.key.pub')
>>> print k.readable_fingerprint
b9:e2:58:1a:74:fc:62:13:52:ad:f7:28:0b:09:91:54
>>> print k.comment
sample_rsa_key@host
>>> k.comment = 'command="nothing",no-x11-forwarding'
>>> print k.to_pubkey_line()
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAACAQDDN2n2kt99/aYpPbOZRJeGVyFs74R1/QCqN351cuXLGK93lalDyIuIiUvMEYezregae1xDWXtCD+q9HMQpfl62R2R1h3b8CMX8fpcGGXHJAxFWg/Sz8qXcbOeTRKdnBIWlUrkDi/7hWKZdXLsiSPJeX9wmLhA5HCdHye1yFlGxSixTVK2fXyS9ZFEbBcIL8Aiq2EMQktCy2gDOiJArpCF7pvsGqiLUxdCpOT+wuL+oGV47yVveGt9TcesnmZ1HxESXAIS22Vo2MnTABxdNxNrs1ih3+4wdJ+gpoLo0lRNdjARRlcoH/fJvrXdbOrf//ARzuR9JKfyKz+9aUEPxGtlEStbVysTjY2M3+Z4msbxh4x3ezpujhzpFCeLDHcAPg/HS6GoO7zGcdJ8knCZK5ujOvFku03Es+jLrGNjACDOlLSYf9RHPqHvo/Fn+lCLJWZoc0qiuICuHbEDU0fJ4qbVovZtdQtTwzQ8Az+VsLhJfehhadvb5hOCw3o4i9j1dJzcNfKJiBhab25GdfEYE097fDoYu/M0mi14AHWR0KI9o9Fd526x9B6c6gfljbHJZcMGXhzfyO6nIsbZK6teJR7qh/8EQ7shOyfdcJkexvsbeNm12VTW34ar+FjrApgN1QtY1+/6SDNSeOQqnBu2qENQVllSCfxOholMnVpO5ly1G2Q== command="nothing",no-x11-forwarding
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