SKEYAUDIT(1) BSD Reference Manual SKEYAUDIT(1)
skeyaudit - warn users if their S/Key will soon expire
skeyaudit [-ai] [-l limit]
skeyaudit searches through the files in /etc/skey for users whose S/Key sequence number is less than limit, and mails them a reminder to run skeyinit(1) soon. The options are as follows: -a Check all keys in /etc/skey. This option is only available to the superuser and is useful to run regularly via cron(8). -i Interactive mode. Don't send mail, just print to the standard output. -l limit The limit used to determine whether or not a user should be noti- fied. The default is to notify if there are fewer than 12 keys left.
/etc/skey directory containing user entries for S/Key
skey(1), skeyinit(1) MirOS BSD #10-current July 22, 1997 1
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