How do you manage or search for user base on SSH key. I am wondering who key is bound to a certain ssh key.
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAng+RPh2EZJWt+YaliL8vx7M5e39iY4+bOBKTR49IRlpX4/u6KS0MPBVwsdM8JAV9A/QcFHYw1lqSk4y2/PdAi7Zhm/BX+zR+OBdSArZhGtwyvsv6pt++sq4lb4dUd46RMn2ST+GiyenU/LdY9IUm7zg/cI6Mrpv2rVmEk4JGfBPC7op3VBxQBQMxYHBVLvDztpxKcPV/TG606k2ACr24ur4or697RNEwnDgpj8Vgqbk/+YXIUboCwqm4H7qQu1C06H5O4Mm+XlkV/PC98qY0XA+MpgndTXsu9e7ChKptAIhOkkJHejGQPEE5ll53lFSg6NGWzCTqQBCV994fMnd6uw== firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no direct way to do this - at least I've not seen it yet.
What might work is using some STASH-API functions to solve your problem (untested):
=> Compare the retrieved SSH-Key with your searched one and you might find the searched user ...
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