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An implementation of the OpenSSH known_hosts database.
||A UI object that can ask true/false questions and post notifications on the console, to be used during key verification.|
||A structured representation of an OpenSSH-format ~/.ssh/known_hosts file.|
||Abstract base of both hashed and non-hashed entry objects, since they represent keys and key types the same way.|
||Encode a binary string as base64 with no trailing newline.|
||Extract common elements of base64 keys from an entry in a hosts file.|
||Return the SHA-1 HMAC hash of the given key and string.|
Extract common elements of base64 keys from an entry in a hosts file.
|string:||A known hosts file entry (a single line).|
|a 4-tuple of hostname data (|