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stdin redirection from /dev/tcp/localhost/port

Because there's nothing you connect to! Opening /dev/tcp/{HOST}/{PORT} tells bash to establish a TCP connection to HOST:PORT. So, in your case, no matter which direction the data flows, the server (...
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bash: what's the difference between '< file' and taking input from a here-string which contains the file?

When one reads the most recent manual on openssl (openssl v3.3 man1 openssl-rsa ) (and know a bit about the background of openssl), one can see that openssl assumes your keys to reside in files. With ...
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