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       pskc2pskc - Convert a PSKC file to standard format


       pskc2pskc [options] <FILE>


       pskc2pskc  reads  a  PSKC  file  in  any of the supported formats, optionally decrypts any
       encrypted information and outputs a PSKC file in the RFC6030 format, optionally encrypting
       the file.


       -h, --help
              Display usage summary.

       -V, --version
              Display version information.

       -o FILE, --output FILE
              By  default pskc2pskc writes a PSKC file to stdout. This option can be used to save
              to a file instead.

       -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 used for decryption.

       --new-password PASS/FILE, --new-passwd PASS/FILE
              Output an encrypted PSKC file that is protected with  the  specified  password  (or
              read the password from the file if a file argument was specified).

       --new-secret KEY/FILE
              Ensure that the output PSKC file is encrypted with the specified key value. The key
              can be probded as a hex-encoded value or point to a file that contains  the  binary
              value of the key.


       Arthur de Jong


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