Get Fingerprint for the keypair

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How do I get the fingerprint of my pem file?
Apr 12 in AWS by Hardik
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You could use something like this:

$ aws ec2 describe-key-pairs --key-name MyKeyPair
{
    "KeyPairs": [
        {
            "KeyName": "MyKeyPair",
            "KeyFingerprint": "1f:51:ae:28:bf:89:e9:d8:1f:25:5d:37:2d:7d:b8:ca:9f:f5:f1:6f"
        }
    ]
}
answered Apr 12 by Purva

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