gnupg_verify

(PECL gnupg >= 0.1)

gnupg_verifyVerifies a signed text

Beschreibung

array gnupg_verify ( resource $identifier , string $signed_text , string $signature [, string &$plaintext ] )

Verifies the given signed_text and returns information about the signature.

Parameter-Liste

identifier

Eine von gnupg_init() oder der Klasse gnupg zur├╝ckgegebene GnuPG-Ressource.

signed_text

The signed text.

signature

The signature. To verify a clearsigned text, set signature to FALSE.

plaintext

The plain text. If this optional parameter is passed, it is filled with the plain text.

R├╝ckgabewerte

On success, this function returns information about the signature. On failure, this function returns FALSE.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 Procedural gnupg_verify() example

<?php
$plaintext 
"";
$res gnupg_init();
// clearsigned
$info gnupg_verify($res,$signed_text,false,$plaintext);
print_r($info);
// detached signature
$info gnupg_verify($res,$signed_text,$signature);
print_r($info);
?>

Beispiel #2 OO gnupg_verify() example

<?php
$plaintext 
"";
$gpg = new gnupg();
// clearsigned
$info $gpg -> verify($signed_text,false,$plaintext);
print_r($info);
// detached signature
$info $gpg -> verify($signed_text,$signature);
print_r($info);
?>

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kae at verens dot com
5 years ago
You can see who made the signature by checking its fingerprint:

<?php
$res
= gnupg_init();
$info = gnupg_verify($res,$signed_text,$signature);
if(
$info !== false){
 
$fingerprint = $info['fingerprint'];
 
var_dump(gnupg_keyinfo($res, $fingerprint));
}
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