Minisign is a dead simple tool to sign files and verify signatures.
For more information, please refer to the Minisign documentation
Tarballs and pre-compiled binaries can be verified with the following public key:
Compilation / installation
$ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake .. $ make # make install
Alternative configuration for static binaries:
$ cmake -D STATIC_LIBSODIUM=1 ..
$ cmake -D BUILD_STATIC_EXECUTABLES=1 ..
Minisign is also available in Homebrew:
$ brew install minisign
Minisign is also available in Scoop on Windows:
$ scoop install minisign
Minisign is also available in chocolatey on Windows:
$ choco install minisign
Minisign is also available on Ubuntu as a PPA:
$ [sudo] add-apt-repository ppa:dysfunctionalprogramming/minisign
Minisign is also available with docker:
$ docker run -i --rm jedisct1/minisign
Additional tools, libraries and implementations
- minizign is a compact implementation in Zig, that can also use ssh-encoded keys.
- minisign-misc is a very nice set of workflows and scripts for macOS to verify and sign files with minisign.
- go-minisign is a small module in Go to verify Minisign signatures.
- rust-minisign is a Minisign library written in pure Rust, that can be embedded in other applications.
- rsign2 is a reimplementation of the command-line tool in Rust.
- minisign (go) is a rewrite of Minisign in the Go language. It reimplements the CLI but can also be used as a library.
- minisign-verify is a small Rust crate to verify Minisign signatures.
- minisign-net is a .NET library to handle and create Minisign signatures.
- WebAssembly implementations of rsign2 and minisign-cli are available on WAPM.
- minisign-php is a PHP implementation.
- py-minisign is a Python implementation.
This implementation uses deterministic signatures, unless libsodium
was compiled with the
ED25519_NONDETERMINISTIC macro defined. This
adds random noise to the computation of EdDSA nonces.
Other implementations can choose to use non-deterministic signatures by default. They will remain fully interoperable with implementations using deterministic signatures.