[Xymon] ssh key test / expiration

Dito dito74 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 18:15:03 CEST 2018

I guess the server keys don't expire, I was looking at an article where the
output was this below, hence why I started wondering... I don't think I'll
need it, thank you anyway.

ssh-keygen -L -f user-thomas-cert.pub
        Type: ssh-rsa-cert-v00 at openssh.com user certificate
        Public key: RSA-CERT-V00 a4:b3:6d:e2:bd:4a:39:01:31:c9:05:43:db:78:f6:c9
        Signing CA: RSA a5:e5:20:8e:ea:ea:15:7e:c3:31:60:2d:6b:93:a0:6b
        Key ID: "user_thomas"
        Valid: from 2011-07-07T15:37:00 to 2012-07-05T15:38:11


On Tue, Jul 17, 2018 at 10:09 AM, Damien Martins <damien at makelofine.org>

> You could design your test using openssl I guess.
> Le 17/07/2018 à 16:05, Dito a écrit :
> I am looking for something like "sslcert" test where it changes status
> based on expiration date.
> Is it doable?
> Gab
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