[clug] Anyone keep their SSH keys on a USB flash drive or in an encrypted filesystem?
sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au
Mon Oct 7 02:52:34 MDT 2013
Much easier than I thought. Thanks very much.
Thanks for the script as well. I've never thought to do grab ScreenSaver
times. Good one!
David Deaves wrote on 7/10/13 7:06 PM:
> Just create your keys with a password.
> Then use ssh-agent to manage unlocked keys and make sure you start ssh-agent
> using the '-t 300' so that a key expires after 5 minutes, or stick with the
> default of no-lifetime, and setup your machine to run ssh-add -D when you
> lock your screen.
> Not exactly what you were after, but I figured a reasonable approximation
> functionally atleast.
> I use this to trap screen lock/unlock - it also logs the times, very handy
> for doing your timesheets. And kills
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