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I’m using the instructions listed here: https://cloud.google.com/vpc/docs/configure-private-google-access-hybrid

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The logs in Google Drive Stream point to failure to reach www.googleapis.com/upload/drive

I am advertising the 199.36.153.4/30 route and pinging www.googleapis.com resolves it to restricted.googleapis.com (199.36.153.4) (no icmp response)

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After I fresh installed Mojave, when I generate a new SSH key it uses the new OpenSSH protocol 2 format private key.

The ID_RSA file starts with “BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY”, even if I run ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "my@email.com"

According to the ssh-keygen main page, the BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY file type is generated by specifying either the -o command line option or creating an ed25519 key type.

How can I create a private key using the old format?

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How do you set private keys in putty enmasse in Windows?

In line with this question…if you have a large number of hosts, and a large number of users who service these hosts, how do you set the private keys for these hosts enmasse across the users who connect to them with putty? So that you don’t have to risk the ‘trust of first use’ attacks.

I’m sure it probably has something to do with putty agent, but I’m uncertain what needs to be done.

Sweeping Private Key With Electrum

From Electrum’s documentation, the following should sweep all private keys to a new address:

electrum listaddresses --funded | electrum getprivatekeys - | jq 'map(.[0])' | electrum sweep - [destination address] 

Is there any way to enter a WIF key into the command line to specify it directly? The address I’m wanting to sweep isn’t in my Electrum.

For example, let’s say this is the private key (never use this): L3ei8Zdu3eVRxMifD8XFN14jofv25ME51AhTzJr999dazxrWZMrZ

And this is the address I want the coins swept to: 1KdcMcRXNTBYT5BnHcmFHuYvvdWGsPnnwb

Assume that neither the sending nor receiving address is in my Electrum wallet.

What would I need to enter in Electrum command-line?

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