Password Protected RSA keys for ssh
Hey, I was just wondering if people opted to password protect their RSA keys, or if they just left them raw. For me, I like to hope that I maintain privacy over my linux machine (ones sneaked away in my basement, and the other is my laptop, at my side, with password protected encryption already applied to my home directory). That being the case, I just leave my rsa keys un-passworded and enjoy the reduced need for typing a password every time.
So what do you guys do? Also, what tools do you use for auditing passwords if you feel passwords protection is the best route to go?