Use of non-user readable (null password) private keys

Damien Miller djm at
Wed Mar 28 09:27:11 EST 2001

On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, Piete Brooks wrote:

> > however it's a bad idea to have the private key group or world readable,
> For a normal user's key, of course.
> But not for a capability you want to grant to a number of people.

You can copy the keyfiles, or create individual ones.


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