lsh-decrypt-key - Decrypts the given key and outputs it in unecrypted form.
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The given key (supplied on stdin or in the file given with the --in option) and it’s passphrase is read. The key is decrypted and written to stdout (or the file supplied by the --out option).
This program is usually invoked by the lsh-upgrade-key script.
|Program to use for reading passwords. Should be an absolute filename.|
|--in=encrypted key filename|
|(defaults to stdin)|
|--out=decrypted key filename|
|(defaults to stdout)|
|--debug||Print huge amounts of debug information|
|Append messages to this file.|
|Suppress all warnings and diagnostic messages|
|Verbose diagnostic messages|
|Give this help list|
|--usage||Give a short usage message|
|Print program version|
See the --verbose , --trace and --debug options.
Report bugs to <bug-lsh>.
The lsh suite of programs is distributed under the GNU General Public License; see the COPYING and AUTHORS files in the source distribution for details.
DSA(5), lsh(1), lsh-authorize(1), lsh-decode-key(1), lsh-export-key(1), lsh-keygen(1), lsh-make-seed(1), lsh-upgrade(1), lsh-upgrade-key(1), lsh-writekey(1), lshd(8), secsh(5), SHA(5), SPKI(5), ssh-conv(1)
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