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Subject: Question: using ssh-agent as "protected memory" storage.
Question: using ssh-agent as "protected memory" storage.
From: Fellow Traveler <fellowtraveler_at_rayservers.net>
Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2012 23:50:43 -0700
Sorry to bother you all but I have already done a lot of research online
**** All I want, is to be able to store a small piece of data in
I am already doing some pretty tricked-out stuff to store this data in
On Windows there is a function called "VirtualProtect" which does this,
Is this possible? If not, what is the best way to go about doing such a
--- Alternately, is it possible to use ssh-agent for encrypting/decrypting data using a key stored inside ssh-agent? Because this would also solve my problem. Does libssh2 allow me to encrypt/decrypt using the identities, similar to how it allows me to authenticate using the identities? --- I'm not trying to do anything on a remote machine, either. I just want to talk to the local ssh-agent running on the same machine (for the purpose described above.) Thoughts? --- Thanks in advance for your feedback / suggestions. -Fellow Traveler _______________________________________________ libssh2-devel http://cool.haxx.se/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/libssh2-develReceived on 2012-07-03