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Building off some code that Greg wrote I made some changes to make sure
that even the crypted password didn't show up any logs.

This code takes a username, prompts for a password (and confirmation)
then crypts the password using sha512 hash and an os.urandom() salt.
Stuffs the password in a file prefixed by the username and sends the
whole thing over to all of your hosts.

Then uses chpasswd to set those changes.

this came up as a firedrill I had to undertake to change root passwords
globally and quickly.

I liked what Greg had done but I didn't like the idea of even the
crypted logs having the password - so this is the work around.

complaints welcome.


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