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A little bit of doc cleanup

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Graham Northup 5 months ago
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@ -40,6 +40,12 @@ in your $PATH if you would like. Common choices are a personal `bin` dir or
export formats--for example, it lacks revocation certificates or expiration.
Nonetheless, it is provided for responsible use and testing.
Also included is `ki.py`, a nearly-identical reference implementation for
Python--which uses interoperable database and interchange formats. This script
is appropriate for, e.g., our friends on macOS, whose shipped `bash` and
`getopt` are too old to support `ki` properly. It requires at least Python 3.6
due to f-strings, but it wouldn't be hard to port to older Python.
Cryptography

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doc/paper.md

@ -118,7 +118,8 @@ usable lifetime.
Our reference implementation provides the "ski:symk" scheme for the 256-bit
key, and the "ski:syed" scheme for symmetrically-encrypted data, which is the
simple concatenation of the 192-bit nonce and the ciphertext. Under the "sym" command:
simple concatenation of the 192-bit nonce and the ciphertext. Under the "sym"
command:
- A new, random key on a host with sufficient entropy can be generated with
"gen".

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