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Ki
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As more of a proof of concept than anything, this release comes with the bash
script `ki`, which can be used for keyring management in a practical setting,
and which can create "certificates" (signed bindings of a public key and
identity) as well as "boxes" (cryptographic data, possibly signed, possibly
encrypted, sent from one ID to another).
There is no install method at the moment, but you can copy it into a directory
in your $PATH if you would like. Common choices are a personal `bin` dir or
`/usr/local/bin` (for systemwide access).
`ki` is by-and-large untested and has _absolutely_ no standardization in its
export formats--for example, it lacks revocation certificates or expiration.
Nonetheless, it is provided for responsible use and testing.
Cryptography
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