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HashedEntry is a representation of an entry in a known_hosts file where the hostname has been hashed and salted.
||Load a hashed entry from a string representing a line in a known_hosts file.|
||the 'hash magic' string used to identify a hashed line in a known_hosts file as opposed to a plaintext one.|
||the hashed representation of the hostname.|
||the salt to combine with a hostname for hashing.|
||Check to see if this entry matches a given key object.|
||Trailing garbage after the key line.|
||The type of the key; either ssh-dss or ssh-rsa.|
||The server public key indicated by this line.|
Load a hashed entry from a string representing a line in a known_hosts file.
|string:||A complete single line from a known_hosts file, formatted as defined by OpenSSH.|
|The newly created |
|if the key, the hostname, or the is not valid encoded as valid base64|
|if the entry does not have the right number of elements and is therefore invalid, or the host/hash portion contains more items than just the host and hash.|
|if the key, once decoded from base64, is not actually an SSH key.|
the 'hash magic' string used to identify a hashed line in a known_hosts file as opposed to a plaintext one.