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'sign' is a file signing and signature verification utility. It implements gzip-style command line syntax and OpenSSH-style key-based authentication. It is small, fast, and is meant to facilitate the use of authenticated file hashing for online distributed material. 'sign' creates a digital signature of file's content and appends it to the file. 'unsign' verifies and strips the signature.
DocumentationUser manpage available in HTML format from http://swapped.cc/sign/files/sign-1.0.2/man/man.html
released on 7 August 2004
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