Unlike SSL/TLS certificates, SSH keys, PGP keys and asymmetric keys do not have an expiration date. These keys continue to provide access to your applications unless explicitly removed. If an attacker manages to forge or steal your old SSH key, you risk the possibility of him remaining undetected while spreading attacks to other devices in your network.
SSH key rotation is often the most neglected procedure in a key management strategy because it can be painful, is time-consuming and requires comprehensive SSH access visibility.
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