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srisum

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srisum(1) -- compute and check subresource integrity digests

SYNOPSIS

$ npx srisum [OPTION]... [FILE]...

EXAMPLES

Computing SRI Digests

For a single file:

$ npx srisum styles.css > styles.css.sri

For multiple different files:

$ npx srisum styles.css index.js package.json bundle.js > app.sri

From stdin:

$ cat styles.css | npx srisum -a sha1
sha1-hmkHOZdrfLUVOqpAgryfC8XNGtE -

Specify algorithms to generate:

$ npx srisum styles.css index.js --algorithms sha512 sha256 sha1 > styles.css.sri

Add options:

$ npx srisum styles.css -a sha1 --options releaser=Kat date=2017-01-01
sha1-hmkHOZdrfLUVOqpAgryfC8XNGtE=?releaser=kat?date=2017-01-01 styles.css

Checking Integrity

Passing checksum file as an argument:

$ npx srisum -c styles.css.sri
styles.css: OK (sha512)

Passing multiple checksum files:

$ npx srisum -c styles.css.sri js-files.sri
styles.css: OK (sha512)
index.js: OK (sha512)
lib/util.js: OK (sha512)

Checksum file from stdin:

$ cat styles.css.sri | npx srisum -c
styles.css: OK (sha512)

Checksum stdin itself:

$ echo "hello" | npx srisum > stdin.sri
$ echo "hello" | npx srisum -c stdin.sri
-: OK (sha512)

DESCRIPTION

Print or check Subresource Integrity digests.

Spec: https://w3c.github.io/webappsec/specs/subresourceintegrity/

srisum's API is based on the SHA[N]SUM(1) family of unix utilities.

With no FILE or when FILE is -, read standard input.

-a, --algorithms [ALGO]... - hash algorithms to generate for the FILEs

-s, --strict - follow a strict interpretation of the SRI spec

-o, --options [OPT]... - append given OPT strings to generated digests

-c, --check - read SRI sums from the FILEs and check them

-d, --digest-only - only output the digest for each FILE, without filenames

--help - display help and exit

--version - output version information and exit

The following options are useful only when verifying integrity:

--ignore-missing - don't fail or report status for missing files

--quiet - don't print OK for each successfully verified file

--status - don't output anything, status code shows success

--strict - exit non-zero for lines that fail strict SRI format

-w, --warn - warn about improperly formatted SRI lines

When checking, the input should be a former output of this program. The default mode is to print line with space-separated SRI digests, one more space, and a name for each FILE.

Strict mode, enabled with --strict, will entirely ignore digests (in input and output) that fail all of the following conditions:

  • algorithms must be one or more of: sha256, sha384, sha512
  • options must be visual characters except for ?.
  • digest strings must be valid RFC4648 Base64 strings.

AUTHOR

Written by Kat Marchan

REPORTING BUGS

Please file any relevant issues on Github.

LICENSE

This work is released under the terms of the MIT license. For more details, see the LICENSE file included with this distribution.

SEE ALSO

  • shasum(1)
  • sha1sum(1)

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