Hi Scott,

we would like to sign images using an HSM and those provide PKCS#11 (https://www.ibm.com/security/cryptocards/pciecc/overview, https://www.yubico.com/product/yubihsm-2, https://www.nitrokey.com/#comparison) and there does not seem to be any proper connection from that to the OpenPGP world. The only thing I found might be https://github.com/alonbl/gnupg-pkcs11-scd and that looks also a bit limited and dated. I'm currently especially interested in a way to use that IBM crypto card. A relatively easy solution might be to just store the signature hash in the signature file. To verify that it seem to be enough to something like "openssl dgst -sha256 -verify public.pem -signature manifest.sig manifest.json". My understanding so far is that this is actually a PKCS#1 hash calculation. Anyhow if I could get podman doing that openssl call instead of openpgp things would be working for me.


On 11.05.2020 18:38, Scott McCarty wrote:
     That's all that's supported today. Do you have any other tools you would be looking for?

Best Regards
Scott M

On Wed, May 6, 2020 at 3:15 AM Hendrik Haddorp <hendrik.haddorp@gmx.net> wrote:

is OpenPGP the only supported image signing open supported by podman /
skopeo or are there other options? Using OpenGPG works quite fine for me
so far but in the end we are trying to sign an image using an IBM 4765
crypto card and so far have not figured out how this can play together.

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