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comment How would one crack a weak but unknown encryption protocol?
Not an unreasonable position, if you are proficient enough to combine the algorithms safely without introducing new vulnerabilities. Another choice, if you are proficient enough, is to make a trivial modification to a well known algorithm and keep the modification secret. However, in the real world, you are almost 100% guaranteed to make things worse by adding something to it - cryptography is hard, even though it might at times seem like it isn't.
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answered How would one crack a weak but unknown encryption protocol?
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comment Converting keys between openssl and openssh
I did, although I am beginning to doubt this will actually be useful for you - if you are still wishing for ideal back-and-forth conversion without losing data, that is just not a meaningful goal.
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comment Converting keys between openssl and openssh
You can, the private key is already in a compatible format so you can just use that in the OpenSSL command.