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OpenSSL "gendsa" Command Options
What can I use OpenSSL "gendsa" command for? What are options supported by the "gendsa" command?
OpenSSL "gendsa" command is a utility to generate DSA (Digital Signature Algorithm) private key and public key pairs.
Here are options supported by the "gendsa" command:
C:\Users\fyicenter>\local\openssl\openssl.exe OpenSSL> gendsa -help usage: gendsa [args] dsaparam-file -out file - output the key to 'file' -des - encrypt the generated key with DES in cbc mode -des3 - encrypt the generated key with DES in ede cbc mode (168 bit key) -idea - encrypt the generated key with IDEA in cbc mode -seed - encrypt PEM output with cbc seed -aes128, -aes192, -aes256 - encrypt PEM output with cbc aes -camellia128, -camellia192, -camellia256 - encrypt PEM output with cbc camellia -engine e - use engine e, possibly a hardware device. -rand file;file;... - load the file (or the files in the directory) into the random number generator dsaparam-file - a DSA parameter file as generated by the dsaparam command error in gendsa
Note that the "dsaparam-file" is required. So you have to use "dsaparam" command to generated a DSA parameter file first.
⇒ OpenSSL "dsaparam" Command Options
⇐ OpenSSL "gendsa" and "dsa" Commands
⇑ OpenSSL "gendsa" and "dsa" Commands
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