On June 21, 2019, support for SSH key shielding was intro‐ duced into the OpenBSD tree, from which the OpenSSH releases are derived. SSH key shielding is a measure intended to protect private keys in RAM against attacks that abuse bugs in speculative execution that current CPUs exhibit
Source: OpenSSH Key Shielding
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