On Sat January 10 2009, Ron Yorston wrote: > Pete Zaitcev <zaitcev redhat com> wrote: > >Having a session-wide store for keys is awesome, which is why the > >old ssh-agent existed in the first place! > > Then it's awesomeness I can do without. I want to keep control of my > ssh credentials and *always* be prompted when something wants to use > them. > > My opinion: gnome-keyring should not act as an ssh agent by default. At least the old ssh-add accepts the option "-c", which makes the ssh-agent to require a confirmation before it uses the loaded key to authenticate. But this seems to be maily interesting (imho) in case a ssh agent is forwarded. Regards, Till
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