ssh-keygen -Ql: avoid repeated SHA256: in output

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Hello list,

If a key is revoked by public key, when printing it, ssh-keygen adds a
hardcoded "SHA256:" prefix and then prints the result of
sshkey_fingerprint, which does already include that "SHA256:" prefix.
Patch below, with extra context lines.

Also, while verifying this didn't mess up the output for other formats,
I realized that if you create a KRL with an input file like

sha256: ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIDx8M2XyhHYN9SS1JzTXNipKfLN2P8ybBqi9S16o1sZs


hash: SHA256:K2Qu+94rdYJHJ62DTON67p5YejCsW4j3tA6fuTEpMmo

when printed, it gets printed as

hash: SHA256:2b642efbde2b75824727ad834ce37aee9e587a30ac5b88f7b40e9fb93129326a

which is quite unusual. In particular, ssh-keygen itself isn't able to
parse that kind of lines. I know that ssh-keygen -Ql output aims to be
*similar*, but not necessarily compatible, with the input format. Also
I didn't find any "tob64" function to replace "tohex" call.


diff c70493106c794797cfb174ed7460065b1a4a89f7 /usr/src
blob - 1975ae6005abdad42436f049c7ed5511c66ea151
file + usr.bin/ssh/krl.c
--- usr.bin/ssh/krl.c
+++ usr.bin/ssh/krl.c
@@ -1382,15 +1382,15 @@ krl_dump(struct ssh_krl *krl, FILE *f)
 		if ((fp = sshkey_fingerprint(key, SSH_FP_HASH_DEFAULT,
 		    SSH_FP_DEFAULT)) == NULL) {
 			error("sshkey_fingerprint failed");
-		fprintf(f, "hash: SHA256:%s # %s\n", fp, sshkey_ssh_name(key));
+		fprintf(f, "hash: %s # %s\n", fp, sshkey_ssh_name(key));
 	RB_FOREACH(rb, revoked_blob_tree, &krl->revoked_sha256s) {
 		fp = tohex(rb->blob, rb->len);
 		fprintf(f, "hash: SHA256:%s\n", fp);
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