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Name

dnssec-revoke — set the REVOKED bit on a DNSSEC key

Synopsis

dnssec-revoke [-hr] [-v level] [-V] [-K directory] [-E engine] [-f] [-R] {keyfile}

DESCRIPTION

dnssec-revoke reads a DNSSEC key file, sets the REVOKED bit on the key as defined in RFC 5011, and creates a new pair of key files containing the now-revoked key.

OPTIONS

-h

Emit usage message and exit.

-K directory

Sets the directory in which the key files are to reside.

-r

After writing the new keyset files remove the original keyset files.

-v level

Sets the debugging level.

-V

Prints version information.

-E engine

Specifies the cryptographic hardware to use, when applicable.

When BIND is built with OpenSSL PKCS#11 support, this defaults to the string "pkcs11", which identifies an OpenSSL engine that can drive a cryptographic accelerator or hardware service module. When BIND is built with native PKCS#11 cryptography (--enable-native-pkcs11), it defaults to the path of the PKCS#11 provider library specified via "--with-pkcs11".

-f

Force overwrite: Causes dnssec-revoke to write the new key pair even if a file already exists matching the algorithm and key ID of the revoked key.

-R

Print the key tag of the key with the REVOKE bit set but do not revoke the key.

SEE ALSO

dnssec-keygen(8) , BIND 9 Administrator Reference Manual, RFC 5011.

BIND 9.11.23 (Extended Support Version)