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MOKUTIL(1)						      General Commands Manual							MOKUTIL(1)

mokutil - utility to manipulate machine owner keys SYNOPSIS
mokutil [--list-enrolled] mokutil [--list-new] mokutil [--list-delete] mokutil [--import keylist| -i keylist] ([--hash-file hashfile | -f hashfile] | [--root-pw | -P] | [--simple-hash | -s]) mokutil [--delete keylist | -d keylist] ([--hash-file hashfile | -f hashfile] | [--root-pw | -P] | [--simple-hash | -s]) mokutil [--revoke-import] mokutil [--revoke-delete] mokutil [--export | -x] mokutil [--password | -p] ([--hash-file hashfile | -f hashfile] | [--root-pw | -P] | [--simple-hash | -s]) mokutil [--clear-password | -c] ([--simple-hash | -s]) mokutil [--disable-validation] mokutil [--enable-validation] mokutil [--sb-state] mokutil [--test-key | -t] ... mokutil [--reset] ([--hash-file hashfile | -f hashfile] | [--root-pw | -P] | [--simple-hash | -s]) mokutil [--generate-hash=password | -gpassword] DESCRIPTION
mokutil is a tool to import or delete the machines owner keys (MOK) stored in the database of shim. OPTIONS
--list-enrolled List the keys the already stored in the database --list-new List the keys to be enrolled --list-delete List the keys to be deleted --import Collect the followed files and form a request to shim. The files must be in DER format. --revoke-import Revoke the current import request (MokNew) --revoke-delete Revoke the current delete request (MokDel) --export Export the keys stored in MokListRT --password Setup the password for MokManager (MokPW) --clear-password Clear the password for MokManager (MokPW) --disable-validation Disable the validation process in shim --enrolled-validation Enable the validation process in shim --sb-state Show SecureBoot State --test-key Test if the key is enrolled or not --reset Reset MOK list --generate-hash Generate the password hash --hash-file Use the password hash from a specific file --root-pw Use the root password hash from /etc/shadow --simple-hash Use the old SHA256 password hash method to hash the password Note: --root-pw invalidates --simple-hash Thu Jul 25 2013 MOKUTIL(1)

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Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Minimal(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation	     Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Minimal(3pm)

Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Minimal - Minimal authentication store SYNOPSIS
# you probably just want Store::Minimal under most cases, # but if you insist you can instantiate your own store: use Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Minimal; use Catalyst qw/ Authentication /; __PACKAGE__->config( 'Plugin::Authentication' => { default_realm => 'members', realms => { members => { credential => { class => 'Password', password_field => 'password', password_type => 'clear' }, store => { class => 'Minimal', users => { bob => { password => "s00p3r", editor => 'yes', roles => [qw/edit delete/], }, william => { password => "s3cr3t", roles => [qw/comment/], } } } } } } ); DESCRIPTION
This authentication store lets you create a very quick and dirty user database in your application's config hash. You will need to include the Authentication plugin, and at least one Credential plugin to use this Store. Credential::Password is reccommended. It's purpose is mainly for testing, and it should probably be replaced by a more "serious" store for production. The hash in the config, as well as the user objects/hashes are freely mutable at runtime. CONFIGURATION
class The classname used for the store. This is part of Catalyst::Plugin::Authentication and is the method by which Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Minimal is loaded as the user store. For this module to be used, this must be set to 'Minimal'. users This is a simple hash of users, the keys are the usenames, and the values are hashrefs containing a password key/value pair, and optionally, a roles/list of role-names pair. If using roles, you will also need to add the Authorization::Roles plugin. See the SYNOPSIS for an example. METHODS
There are no publicly exported routines in the Minimal store (or indeed in most authentication stores) However, below is a description of the routines required by Catalyst::Plugin::Authentication for all authentication stores. new( $config, $app, $realm ) Constructs a new store object, which uses the user element of the supplied config hash ref as it's backing structure. find_user( $authinfo, $c ) Keys the hash by the 'id' or 'username' element in the authinfo hash and returns the user. ... documentation fairy stopped here. ... If the return value is unblessed it will be blessed as Catalyst::Authentication::User::Hash. from_session( $id ) Delegates to "get_user". user_supports( ) Chooses a random user from the hash and delegates to it. get_user( ) Deprecated setup( ) perl v5.14.2 2012-04-14 Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Minimal(3pm)
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