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klist(1) [freebsd man page]

KLIST(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						  KLIST(1)

NAME
klist -- list Kerberos credentials SYNOPSIS
klist [-c cache | --cache=cache] [-s | -t | --test] [-T | --tokens] [-5 | --v5] [-v | --verbose] [-l | --list-caches] [-f] [--version] [--help] DESCRIPTION
klist reads and displays the current tickets in the credential cache (also known as the ticket file). Options supported: -c cache, --cache=cache credential cache to list -s, -t, --test Test for there being an active and valid TGT for the local realm of the user in the credential cache. -T, --tokens display AFS tokens -5, --v5 display v5 cred cache (this is the default) -f Include ticket flags in short form, each character stands for a specific flag, as follows: F forwardable f forwarded P proxiable p proxied D postdate-able d postdated R renewable I initial i invalid A pre-authenticated H hardware authenticated This information is also output with the --verbose option, but in a more verbose way. -v, --verbose Verbose output. Include all possible information: Server the principal the ticket is for Ticket etype the encryption type used in the ticket, followed by the key version of the ticket, if it is available Session key the encryption type of the session key, if it's different from the encryption type of the ticket Auth time the time the authentication exchange took place Start time the time that this ticket is valid from (only printed if it's different from the auth time) End time when the ticket expires, if it has already expired this is also noted Renew till the maximum possible end time of any ticket derived from this one Ticket flags the flags set on the ticket Addresses the set of addresses from which this ticket is valid -l, --list-caches List the credential caches for the current users, not all cache types supports listing multiple caches. SEE ALSO
kdestroy(1), kinit(1) HEIMDAL
October 6, 2005 HEIMDAL

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KDESTROY(1)						      General Commands Manual						       KDESTROY(1)

NAME
kdestroy - destroy Kerberos tickets SYNOPSIS
kdestroy [-A] [-q] [-c cache_name] DESCRIPTION
The kdestroy utility destroys the user's active Kerberos authorization tickets by writing zeros to the specified credentials cache that contains them. If the credentials cache is not specified, the default credentials cache is destroyed. OPTIONS
-A Destroys all caches in the collection, if a cache collection is available. -q Run quietly. Normally kdestroy beeps if it fails to destroy the user's tickets. The -q flag suppresses this behavior. -c cache_name use cache_name as the credentials (ticket) cache name and location; if this option is not used, the default cache name and location are used. The default credentials cache may vary between systems. If the KRB5CCNAME environment variable is set, its value is used to name the default ticket cache. Most installations recommend that you place the kdestroy command in your .logout file, so that your tickets are destroyed automatically when you log out. ENVIRONMENT
Kdestroy uses the following environment variables: KRB5CCNAME Location of the default Kerberos 5 credentials (ticket) cache, in the form type:residual. If no type prefix is present, the FILE type is assumed. The type of the default cache may determine the availability of a cache collection; for instance, a default cache of type DIR causes caches within the directory to be present in the collection. FILES
/tmp/krb5cc_[uid] default location of Kerberos 5 credentials cache ([uid] is the decimal UID of the user). SEE ALSO
kinit(1), klist(1), krb5(3) BUGS
Only the tickets in the specified credentials cache are destroyed. Separate ticket caches are used to hold root instance and password changing tickets. These should probably be destroyed too, or all of a user's tickets kept in a single credentials cache. KDESTROY(1)

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