Provided by: pskc-utils_1.1-1_all
pskc2csv - Convert a PSKC file to CSV
pskc2csv [options] <FILE>
pskc2csv reads a PSKC file, optionally decrypts any encrypted key material and outputs a CSV file with information from the PSKC file.
-h, --help Display usage summary. -V, --version Display version information. -o FILE, --output FILE By default pskc2csv writes a CSV file to stdout. This option can be used to save the CSV to a file instead. -c COL:LABEL,COL,.., --columns COL:LABEL,COL,.. Specify the columns that should be written to the CSV file. Any property of Key instances can be used as well as Policy properties via policy. For example: serial, secret, counter, time_offset, time_interval, interval, time_drift, issuer, manufacturer, response_length, policy.pin_min_length. By default serial,secret,algorithm,response_length,time_interval is used. The column can be followed by an optional label to use in the CSV file in place of the column specification. -p PASS/FILE, --password PASS/FILE, --passwd PASS/FILE The password to use for decryption. If the argument refers to a file the password is read from the file instead. -s KEY/FILE, --secret KEY/FILE A hex encoded encryption key or a file containing the binary (raw data, not encoded) key. -e ENCODING, --secret-encoding ENCODING Specify the encoding to use for writing key material to the CSV file. By default HEX encoding is used. Valid encodings are: base32, base64 or hex.
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