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class ValidPublicKey(UnauthorizedLogin): (source)
Raised by public key checkers when they receive public key credentials that don't contain a signature at all, but are valid in every other way. (e.g. the public key matches one in the user's authorized_keys file).
Protocol code (eg
SSHUserAuthServer) which attempts to log in using
ISSHPrivateKey credentials should be prepared to handle a failure of this type by telling the user to re-authenticate using the same key and to include a signature with the new attempt.
See http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4252.txt section 7 for more details.