cron daemon allowing ssh keys with passphrases to be used
ssh-cron acts like cron, but utilizes ssh-agent to obtain ssh key passphrases. Thus it allows scheduled commands to run on remote systems without requiring the ssh key passphrase to be stored in a clear-text file, or resorting to ssh keys without passphrases.
released on 28 April 2019
OpenPGP public key: http://pgp.surfnet.nl/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x7DB2A8BEEAE4D8AA
Debian: tony mancill <email@example.com>
21 September 2014
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