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comment Is piping a `ssh-agent` signed message as a password secure?
You almost made this not sound like I'm lazy :-P
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Strange, I added a syntax hint but the code still isn't highlighted, is this deactivated on security.SE?
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comment Is piping a `ssh-agent` signed message as a password secure?
No worries - I wasn't too keen on learning socat and socket programming (yet), so I wrote a Python script ssh-agent-sign for the same purpose (though there's some uncertainty on which part of paramiko's response is actually the signature and which part might vary)
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As a side-note, SSHv2 uses a non-random message to be signed, see here
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comment Is piping a `ssh-agent` signed message as a password secure?
So, did you get around to implement this using socat and bash only?
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