App::authkeymgr - Interactively manage SSH authorized_keys files
## Manage authorized_keys interactively $ authkeymgr --help ## Build authorized_keys out of self-managed dirs $ authkeys-rebuild --help
authkeymgr provides useful tools for managing
With a long list of public keys, user management and revocation is significantly easier when dealing with discrete single pubkeys that live in a sensible directory structure.
The authkeymgr shell makes it easy to add "users" (sets of public keys), add keys to users from external files, revoke/restore specific keys, and rebuild
authorized_keys after changes are made. (See the perldoc for authkeymgr or use the help command from the authkeymgr shell.)
For more flexibility, authkeys-rebuild can be used for building
authorized_keys lists from self-managed directories.
Jon Portnoy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The original stand-alone authkeys-rebuild was the result of a bored Sunday and a discussion on #linode @ irc.oftc.net -- blame heckman.