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 Open-Source wand wand / openli  GitHub Project
OpenLI: Open Source ETSI compliant Lawful Intercept software
Note: Packages in this repository are licensed as GNU General Public License v3.0 only (dependencies may be licensed differently).

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:   Debian logo RedHat logo

The public GPG key for the wand/openli is:

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

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

3932F8C01D51B5BE683D8B1F1F71A11DC80D1835
1F71A11DC80D1835

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

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/wand/openli/gpg.1F71A11DC80D1835.key'

Public RSA Key

RSA-based key signing is used by:  

The public RSA key for the wand/openli is:

-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----
MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAt96cY08ZkmEGgkNrPAFL
/h+jsWr6/48tuMkpVFGpSvUmcSWG1phmJaTJ7tUVetZo0AKUxtZYs8Q185hd88UR
a6qtg/t/ygYMP3EwZjawOKZ/43UfV8d0pM2LyhmGkr+Erx37Q4EW/A2XMfyh/yOl
14kGf2uyhUOLlBtjUk0QGKG/2NmFjB+8AwziImXzLHCxEki+m/yONHv4bLO0Y1Mx
x5GZxJa/otTU3GobZAHeqbE0WvtaTet0Dix1pWxU+RubYzmRMWYgW6bpc+PijAIt
N5QmeSz0UBZwbd383kTh3Uoai6BpNVC/OyC40vmp493xOJvIzrSNVI0IGkDCbfuL
twIDAQAB
-----END PUBLIC KEY-----

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

C97D3C89101AF19A0916918AB3063A46
0916918AB3063A46

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

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/wand/openli/rsa.0916918AB3063A46.key'

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Debian Signing Key Installation

The following instructions are for Debian (e.g. apt, deb, dpkg) packages or compatible.

Automated Installation (Bash)

If you installed the wand/openli repository by following one of the repository installation instructions then you don't need take any further action. The GPG key should already have been installed alongside the repository.

Manual Installation

If you'd like to manually install the GPG key, you can utilise curl to retrieve the GPG key and install it by executing:

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/wand/openli/gpg.1F71A11DC80D1835.key' | sudo apt-key add -

Or you can add it directly without curl by executing:

sudo apt-key add - <<EOF
    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2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=xDTA
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    EOF

Removing Installation / Uninstalling

If you want to remove the public GPG key for the wand/openli repository then you can do so by executing the following:

sudo apt-key remove 3932F8C01D51B5BE683D8B1F1F71A11DC80D1835

Note: Don't do this if you currently have the repository installed and wish to continue using it. If you remove the key the next fetch will fail.

Viewing Installed Keys

If you want to verify that a GPG public key has been installed or removed, you can view the list of all installed keys by executing:

apt-key list
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RedHat Signing Key Installation

The following instructions are for RedHat (e.g. dnf, rpm, yum, zypper) packages or compatible.

Automated Installation (Bash)

If you installed the wand/openli repository by following one of the repository installation instructions then you don't need take any further action. The GPG key should already have been installed alongside the repository.

Manual Installation

If you'd like to manually install the GPG key, you can utilise curl to retrieve the GPG key and install it by executing:

rpm --import 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/wand/openli/gpg.1F71A11DC80D1835.key'

Or you can add it directly without curl by executing:

cat > /tmp/wand-openli.key <<EOF
    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2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=xDTA
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    EOF
    rpm --import /tmp/wand-openli.key
    rm -f /tmp/wand-openli.key

Removing Installation / Uninstalling

If you want to remove the public GPG key for the wand/openli repository then you can do so by executing the following:

gpgkey=$(rpm -q gpg-pubkey --qf '%{name}-%{version}-%{release} %{summary}\n' | grep "(wand/openli)" | awk '{ print $1 }')
test ! -z "$gpgkey" && sudo rpm -e --allmatches "$gpgkey"

Note: Don't do this if you currently have the repository installed and wish to continue using it. If you remove the key the next fetch will fail.

Viewing Installed Keys

If you want to verify that a GPG public key has been installed or removed, you can view the list of all installed keys by executing:

rpm -q gpg-pubkey --qf '%{name}-%{version}-%{release} --> %{summary}\n'

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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