Tools for computing and checking HMAC values for files
The hmaccalc package contains tools which can calculate HMAC (hash-based
message authentication code) values for files. The names and interfaces are
meant to mimic the sha*sum tools provided by the coreutils package.
The sha1hmac/sha256hmac/sha384hmac/sha512hmac command can compute and/or
verify HMAC and unkeyed checksum values for the contents of files. If
you're familiar with the sha1sum/sha224sum/sha256sum/sha384sum/sha512sum
command from the "coreutils" package, then you already have a good idea
of how to use these HMAC tools.
The key difference is that when calculating an HMAC value, a key
sha512hmac(8) System Administrator's Manual sha512hmac(8)
sha512hmac - compute and check HMAC values
sha512hmac [OPTIONS] [-u | -k keyfile | -K key] [-c file [-q]
| file [...] ]
The sha512hmac command can compute and/or verify HMAC and
unkeyed checksum values for the contents of files. Varia‐
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