|System Manager's Manual
ekey-rekey - Entropy Key Long Term Session Key tool
ekey-rekey [ -d DeviceNode ] [SerialNumber [MasterKey]]
ekey-rekey is a tool which sets the long-term key of an Entropy Key using its Master Key. It ensures any running ekey daemons are updated with the altered keys.
- Specifies the serial number of the key to re-key. If this is not specified, the identity of the Entropy Key currently connected will be automatically detected.
- Specifies the Master Key of the device being re-keyed. If this is not specified, the user will be prompted for it.
- If -d or --device is specified, then the tool expects to be give the device node to use (such as /dev/ttyACM0) rather than attempting to work it out from the serial number provided.
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|14th September 2011