siggen man page

siggen — signature gathering routine for Tripwire


siggen [ -t|--terse ] [ -h|--hexadecimal ] [ -a|--all ] [ -C|--CRC32 ] [ -S|--SHA ] [ -h|--HAVAL ] file1,,,


siggen is a utility that displays the hash function values for the specified files.


‐t, --terse
Terse mode. Prints requested hashes for a given file on one line, delimited by spaces, with no extraneous information.
‐h, --hexadecimal
Display results in hexadecimal rather than base64 notation.
‐a, --all
Display all hash function values (default).
‐C, --CRC32
Display CRC-32, POSIX 1003.2 compliant 32-bit Cyclic Redundancy Check.
‐M, --MD5
Display MD5, the RSA Data Security, Inc. Message Digest Algorithm.
‐S, --SHA
Display SHA, Tripwire's implementation of the NIST Secure Hash Standard, SHS (NIST FIPS 180).
Display Haval value, a 128-bit hash code.
file1 [ file2... ]
List of filesystem objects for which to display values.

Version Information

This man page describes siggen version 2.4.


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Copyright 2000 Tripwire, Inc. Tripwire is a registered trademark of Tripwire, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All rights reserved.

See Also

twintro(8), tripwire(8), twadmin(8), twprint(8), twconfig(4), twpolicy(4), twfiles(5)

Referenced By

tripwire(8), twadmin(8), twconfig(4), twfiles(5), twintro(8), twpolicy(4), twprint(8).

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19 Feb 2004