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||Compute a hash of the underlying PKey object.|
||The original private key.|
|osslpkey:||The underlying pyOpenSSL key object.|
Compute a hash of the underlying PKey object.
The purpose of this method is to allow you to determine if two certificates share the same public key; it is not really useful for anything else.
In versions of Twisted prior to 15.0, keyHash used a technique involving certificate requests for computing the hash that was not stable in the face of changes to the underlying OpenSSL library.
|native ||Return a 32-character hexadecimal string uniquely identifying this public key, for this version of Twisted.|