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keyczart - asymmetric key management tool
keyczart <command> <flags>
This manual page documents briefly the keyczart command, a tool which can be used to
create and manage asymmetric keys. Currently, the supported key types are RSA and DSA.
keyczart supports the following commands and options:
create --location=KEYPATH --purpose=PURPOSE [ --name=NAME --asymmetric=TYPE ]
Creates a new, empty key set in the given location and the given purpose, which
must be one of either "crypt" or "sign". The key set may optionally be given a
name, and the key type can be chosen as well, in which case must be one of either
"rsa" or "dsa". The "dsa" asymmetric value is valid only for sets with "sign"
addkeys --location=KEYPATH [ --status=STATUS --size=SIZE --crypter=LOCATION ]
Adds a new key to an existing key set. One can optionally specify a status, which
can be one of either of "active" or "primary", with "active" being the default. The
key size in bits can also be specified, as can the location of a set of crypting
keys which will be used to encrypt this key set.
pubkey --location=KEYPATH --destination=DEST
Extracts public keys from a given key set and writes them to the destination. The
pubkey command Only works for key sets that were created with the --asymmetric
promote --location=KEYPATH --version=NUMBER
Promotes the status of the given key version in the given location. Active keys are
promoted to primary (which demotes any existing primary key to active). Keys
scheduled for revocation are promoted to be active.
demote --location=KEYPATH --version=NUMBER
Demotes the status of the given key version in the given location. Primary keys are
demoted to active. Active keys are scheduled for revocation.
revoke --location=KEYPATH --version=NUMBER
Revokes the key of the given version number. This key must have been scheduled for
revocation by the promote command. WARNING: The key will be destroyed.
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