Provided by: ssh-agent-filter_0.5.2-1_amd64
ssh-agent-filter - filtering proxy for ssh-agent meant to be forwarded to untrusted servers
ssh-agent-filter [ OPTIONS ]
ssh-agent-filter provides the unix domain socket interface of an ssh-agent. By default it forks and outputs shell code setting SSH_AUTH_SOCK and SSH_AGENT_PID, just like ssh-agent does. It filters each request according to its command line options. No crypto operations are done by ssh-agent-filter; they are delegated to the upstream ssh-agent. ssh-agent-filter is not meant to be used directly, but through afssh.
-A [ --all-confirmed ] allow all other keys with confirmation -c [ --comment ] arg key specified by comment -C [ --comment-confirmed ] arg key specified by comment, with confirmation -d [ --debug ] show some debug info, don't fork -f [ --fingerprint ] arg key specified by pubkey's hex-encoded md5 fingerprint -F [ --fingerprint-confirmed ] arg key specified by pubkey's hex-encoded md5 fingerprint, with confirmation -h [ --help ] print this help message -k [ --key ] arg key specified by base64-encoded pubkey -K [ --key-confirmed ] arg key specified by base64-encoded pubkey, with confirmation -n [ --name ] arg name for this instance of ssh-agent-filter, for confirmation puposes -V [ --version ] print version information
SSH_AUTH_SOCK socket of upstream ssh-agent SSH_ASKPASS command to run for confirmation questions
Written by Timo Weingärtner.
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