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UEFISIGN(8)		FreeBSD	System Manager's Manual		   UEFISIGN(8)

NAME
     uefisign -- UEFI Secure Boot signing utility

SYNOPSIS
     uefisign -k key -c	certificate -o output [-v] file
     uefisign -V [-v] file

DESCRIPTION
     The uefisign utility signs	PE binary files	using Authenticode scheme, as
     required by UEFI Secure Boot specification.  Alternatively, it can	be
     used to view and verify existing signatures.  These options are avail-
     able:

     -V	 Determine whether the file is signed.	Note that this does not	verify
	 the correctness of the	signature; only	that the file contains a sig-
	 nature.

     -k	 Name of file containing the private key used to sign the binary.

     -c	 Name of file containing the certificate used to sign the binary.

     -o	 Name of file to write the signed binary to.

     -v	 Be verbose.

EXIT STATUS
     The uefisign utility exits	0 on success, and >0 if	an error occurs.

EXAMPLES
     Generate self-signed certificate and use it to sign a binary:
	   /usr/share/examples/uefisign/uefikeys testcert
	   uefisign -c testcert.pem -k testcert.key -o signed-binary binary

     View signature:
	   uefisign -Vv	binary

SEE ALSO
     openssl(1), loader(8), uefi(8)

HISTORY
     The uefisign command appeared in FreeBSD 10.2.

AUTHORS
     The uefisign utility was developed	by Edward Tomasz Napierala
     <trasz@FreeBSD.org> under sponsorship from	the FreeBSD Foundation.

FreeBSD	10.3			 July 11, 2015			  FreeBSD 10.3

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