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 Public consensys consensys (ConsenSys) / binaries
A certifiably-awesome public package repository curated by ConsenSys, hosted by Cloudsmith.

Tool-Specific Instructions

Although we use GPG (and RSA) keys across each repository and package format, client-side tools might have specific instructions that differ (or require manual steps). To add or use the signing key for these tools, please click on the package format specific tabs above.

Public GPG Key

GPG-based key signing is used by:   Raw logo

The public GPG key for the consensys/binaries is:

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2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=le8U
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

It has the following long (20 bytes) and short (8 bytes) fingerprints:

498B2AA5C1CA043CC54DD599F1B5040C9AB31EF4
F1B5040C9AB31EF4

You can download the GPG key or fetch it via the command-line:

curl -sL 'https://artifacts.consensys.net/public/binaries/gpg.F1B5040C9AB31EF4.key'

Public RSA Key

RSA-based key signing is used by:  

The public RSA key for the consensys/binaries is:

-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----
MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEA7nXj6OOOvnMeXvmfVrb0
W2k7TZIBdt83MS3c7HRec8dumuc78sG+EzcuiYI4YNNWGtyGi0QasgiV6dgMHjxG
zArBmW7Q+PnMS3NNbdxiWMwn8P7xezIzHqUm33PNvwBQUiGN7bH4Bta6uV+MwKk5
IPHKX3wALozm8v6G+1E4XIjItEtTdRdeR9FxdgQlmtm5AeqCnXFT7haV7suL+ppj
EnW4/oKNyO1rk/iWL0Iu2EQD0zuw+gOAtJkEC/VXh0gXfGzpdFdbY5pl1KRTac1N
2cbzyIf2zegaWtD2bC30MMWYXxPRkj3loyqor3ofPJ0t85ykSkuDQoKjKM6VXFC2
wQIDAQAB
-----END PUBLIC KEY-----

It has the following long (16 bytes) and short (8 bytes) fingerprints:

C50D4C2A5C6CAE68DF897FF94E80B553
DF897FF94E80B553

You can download the RSA key or fetch it via the command-line:

curl -sL 'https://artifacts.consensys.net/public/binaries/rsa.DF897FF94E80B553.key'

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What's this page? All Cloudsmith repositories and packages are signed using GPG (or RSA) keys where supported. GPG (or RSA) signatures and checksums provide reliable mechanisms to ensure that the packages that you download/install are neither corrupt nor modified. GPG is generally preferred, but RSA is used for some package formats (such as Alpine). Learn more in the signing keys documentation.

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