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|Name: sign||Distribution: Dag Apt Repository for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1|
|Version: 1.0.7||Vendor: Dries Apt/Yum Repository http://dries.ulyssis.org/ayo/|
|Release: 1.0.el2.dag||Build date: Sat Aug 7 18:54:54 2004|
|Group: Applications/File||Build host: lisse.bertem.wieers.com|
|Size: 46353||Source RPM: sign-1.0.7-1.0.el2.dag.src.rpm|
|Packager: Dries Verachtert <email@example.com>|
|Summary: File signing and signature verification utility|
sign is a file processing tool. sign reads from the files (including stdin) and writes to the files (including stdout). It can be used to append signatures to the files or to verify and/or strip them. Between signing and verifying latter will account for a bulk of usage. When checking the signature, sign will check for both intergrity and authenticity of the file. An integrity check is done by validating SHA-1 hash embedded into the signature, and an authenticity is ensured by checking signer's credentials against a trusted list. sign adopts OpenSSH-style authentication model, where the trust hierarchy is flat (no certificates), an authentication is done with public keys and the list of trusted keys is grown gradually on as-needed basis.
* Sun Aug 08 2004 Dag Wieers <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 1.0.7-1 - Updated to release 1.0.7. * Sun May 30 2004 Dries Verachtert <email@example.com> - 1.0.5-1 - Updated to release 1.0.5. * Tue May 18 2004 Dag Wieers <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 1.0.4-1 - Updated to release 1.0.4. * Thu May 13 2004 Dag Wieers <email@example.com> - 1.0.3-1 - Updated to release 1.0.3. * Thu May 06 2004 Dries Verachtert <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 1.0.2 - Initial package.
/usr/bin/sign /usr/bin/unsign /usr/share/doc/sign-1.0.7 /usr/share/doc/sign-1.0.7/LICENSE /usr/share/doc/sign-1.0.7/README /usr/share/man/man1/sign.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/unsign.1.gz
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