This is the command xsec-templatesign that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
xmlsec-templatesign - Sign a template XML signature file
xmlsec-templatesign [-s distinguished-name] [-h string] [-c]
(-d | -e | -r) private-key password input
xmlsec-templatesign signs a template XML signature file using the Apache XML Security for
C++ library. The resulting signed file is printed to standard output. The signing key is
specified with one of -d (for a DSA key), -e (for an EC key), or -r (for an RSA key). The
key must be stored in a PEM-encoded file, and the password for that file must be given on
the command line.
Note that each option must be given as a separate argument.
The provided private-key file is a PEM-encoded DSA private key.
The provided private-key file is a PEM-encoded EC private key.
The provided private-key file is a PEM-encoded RSA private key.
Clear out any current KeyInfo elements in the file.
--hmackey string, -h string
Use the HMAC key specified by string.
--x509subjectname name, -s name
The provided name will be set as SubjectName in X.509.
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