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NAME

       ekey-rekey - Entropy Key Long Term Session Key tool

SYNOPSIS

       ekey-rekey [ -d DeviceNode ] [SerialNumber [MasterKey]]

DESCRIPTION

       ekey-rekey  is  a  tool  which sets the long-term key of an Entropy Key
       using its Master Key. It ensures any running ekey daemons  are  updated
       with the altered keys.

OPTIONS

       SerialNumber
              Specifies  the  serial  number of the key to re-key.  If this is
              not  specified,  the  identity  of  the  Entropy  Key  currently
              connected will be automatically detected.

       MasterKey
              Specifies  the Master Key of the device being re-keyed.  If this
              is not specified, the user will be prompted for it.

       DeviceNode
              If -d or --device is specified, then the tool expects to be give
              the  device  node  to  use  (such  as  /dev/ttyACM0) rather than
              attempting to work it out from the serial number provided.

SEE ALSO

       ekey-setkey(8), ekeyd(8)

AUTHOR

       Copyright © 2011 Simtec Electronics.  All rights reserved.

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                              14th September 2011                ekey-rekey(8)