I have a production server where a lot of clients have memorized the key signature so we can't change it. To the best of my knowledge, this is a default key, not one we manually generated or anything, but it was done by a former employee many years ago. (No way to contact them anymore.)
The key is RSA, encrypted. I can convert via OpenSSL commands...but where can I find what password Serv-U used on this key? Its obviously stored somewhere because Serv-U can decrypt it and use it.
What should I be looking for? I want to have another server configured (non Serv-u) for DR purposes.
This is my key, my signature...but I cannot find any information anywhere on how to gain access to my own key. Is Serv-U keeping my key hostage? I spoke to friend/associate at another company that uses Serv-U and they said you refused to help them when they contacted you, claiming that you would not reveal the password used to encrypt the key. Is that true?
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