sharkey - Sharkey is a service for managing certificates for use by OpenSSH

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Sharkey is a service for managing certificates for use by OpenSSH.Sharkey has a client component and a server component. The server is responsible for issuing signed host certificates, the client is responsible for installing host certificates on machines. Sharkey builds on the trust relationships of your existing X.509 PKI to manage trusted SSH certificates. Existing X.509 certificates can be minted into SSH certificates, so you don't have to maintain two separate PKI hierarchies.

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