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Minisign is a dead simple tool to sign files and verify signatures.
It is portable, lightweight, and uses the highly secure Ed25519 public-key signature system.
To install minisign, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco install minisign
To upgrade minisign, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco upgrade minisign
$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop'; $packageName = 'minisign' $toolsDir = "$(Split-Path -parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition)" $url = 'https://github.com/jedisct1/minisign/releases/download/0.8/minisign-win32.zip' Install-ChocolateyZipPackage $packageName $url $toolsDir
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This package has no dependencies.
Copyright (c) 2015 - 2018 Frank Denis
- Multiple files can now be signed at once.
- Support for HaikuOS was added.
- The default location of the secret key was changed to ~/.minisign/minisign.key.
- Generating a new set of keys (-G) doesn't replace an existing key pair any more; the additional -f switch is required in order to force this operation.
- Improved error messages and Windows compatibility.
- A man page was added.
- Support for pre-hashing (HashEdDSA) was added.
- The -H command-line switch, in addition to -S, enables HashEdDSA signatures instead of the default, pure EdDSA signatures.
- Require very little memory to be generated and verified, even with huge files
- Are faster to generate and verify than pure EdDSA signatures
- Require Minisign >= 0.6. In particular, they are not compatible with OpenBSD signify tool.
- Would not remain secure against (improbable) collisions in the Blake2b-512 hash function.
PureEdDSA signatures (default):
- Require as much memory as the size of the file to sign
- Cannot be used with files whose size is over 1 Gb
- Are compatible with all Minisign versions, as well as OpenBSD signify.
- Would remain secure against (improbable) collisions in the Blake2b-512 hash function.
- The return code is now 1 on verification/password error, and 2 for system errors.
- Bug fix: -p and -V could not be used together. It has been fixed.
- New option: -o, that can be combined with -V in order to send the content of the signed file to stdout after successful verification.
- New switch: -Q, to display only the trusted comment (after verification)
|minisign 0.8.0||290||Saturday, February 3, 2018||approved|
|minisign 0.7.0||347||Tuesday, August 2, 2016||approved|
|minisign 0.6.0||222||Saturday, November 28, 2015||approved|
|minisign 0.4.0||160||Monday, August 17, 2015||approved|
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