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YKINFO(1)		YubiKey	Personalization	Tool M		     YKINFO(1)

NAME
       ykinfo -	Get basic information from a YubiKey

SYNOPSIS
       ykinfo [-s] [-m]	[-nkey]	[-H] [-v] [-t] [-p] [-1] [-2] [-q] [-a]	[-c]
       [-V] [-h]

DESCRIPTION
       Get basic information from a YubiKey. Can get serial number, version
       and current touch level.	Can get	all parameters at once or one at a
       time. If	-q is given only the relevant string from the YubiKey is
       written to screen.

OPTIONS
       -s
	   get the serial number and output it.

       -m
	   get the serial number and output it as modhex.

       -nkey
	   read	from the nth key found.

       -H
	   get the serial number and output it as hex.

       -v
	   get the version and output it.

       -t
	   get the touch level and output it.

       -p
	   get the programming sequence	and output it.

       -1
	   get the status of slot 1, 1 for programmed and 0 for	empty.

       -2
	   get the status of slot 2, 1 for programmed and 0 for	empty.

       -a
	   get all the information above.

       -c
	   get YubiKey capability information.

       -q
	   modifier, only show the relevant data from the YubiKey, no extra
	   information.

       -V
	   print tool version and exit

EXAMPLE
       Output information from a YubiKey:

	   $ ykinfo -s -m -H -v	-t -p
	   serial: 1077254
	   serial_hex: 107006
	   serial_modhex: bcicch
	   version: 2.2.3
	   touch_level:	1793
	   programming_sequence: 1
	   $

BUGS
       Report ykinfo bugs in the issue tracker
       https://github.com/Yubico/yubikey-personalization/issues

SEE ALSO
       The ykpersonalize home page
       https://developers.yubico.com/yubikey-personalization/

       YubiKeys	can be obtained	from Yubico http://www.yubico.com/

ykinfo				Version	1.18.0			     YKINFO(1)

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