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When administrators revoke SSH keys, don't include a "security warning" in the mail
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Authored by epriestley on Jan 22 2018, 1:59 AM.

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Summary

Depends on D18906. Ref T13043. When SSH keys are edited, we normally include a warning that if you don't recognize the activity you might have problems in the mail body.

Currently, this warning is also shown for revocations with bin/auth revoke --type ssh. However, these revocations are safe (revocations are generally not dangerous anyway) and almost certainly legitimate and administrative, so don't warn users about them.

Test Plan
  • Created and revoked a key.
  • Creation mail still had warning; revocation mail no longer did.

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