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KDESTROY(1)							   KDESTROY(1)

       kdestroy - destroy Kerberos tickets

       kdestroy [ -f ] [ -q ]

       The  kdestroy utility destroys the user's active Kerberos authorization
       tickets by writing zeros to the file that contains them.	 If the ticket
       file does not exist, kdestroy displays a message to that effect.

       After  overwriting the file, kdestroy removes the file from the system.
       The utility displays a message indicating the success or failure of the
       operation.  If kdestroy is unable to destroy the ticket file, the util‐
       ity will warn you by making your terminal beep.

       In the Athena workstation environment, the  toehold  service  automati‐
       cally  destroys	your  tickets  when you end a workstation session.  If
       your site does not provide a similar ticket-destroying  mechanism,  you
       can  place the kdestroy command in your .logout file so that your tick‐
       ets are destroyed automatically when you logout.

       The options to kdestroy are as follows:

       -f     kdestroy runs without displaying the status message.

       -q     kdestroy will not make your terminal beep if it fails to destroy
	      the tickets.

       KRBTKFILE environment variable if set, otherwise

       kerberos(1), kinit(1), klist(1)

       Only the tickets in the user's current ticket file are destroyed.  Sep‐
       arate ticket files are used to hold root instance and password changing
       tickets.	  These	 files	should	probably be destroyed too, or all of a
       user's tickets kept in a single ticket file.

       Steve Miller, MIT Project Athena/Digital Equipment Corporation
       Clifford Neuman, MIT Project Athena
       Bill Sommerfeld, MIT Project Athena

MIT Project Athena	     Kerberos Version 4.0		   KDESTROY(1)

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