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    where to know about .sign format?


    hi,
    i am new to .sign format in linux i tried the google to find about it but i was not successful ,plz can some one tell me how to decompress the bz2.sign or
    tell me aout the link to read about it.

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    I'm not sure if .sign is just one format, I think it's a de facto standad name for a signature file, it could contain some PGP/GPG sign key, some hashes (like MD5).
    Simply it's a file containing some meta info on some file (generally if the file is something.bz2.sign it's the sign file for something.bz2).
    it could also be a signature file with a signatur like bellow:
    Regards Scienitca (registered user #335819 - http://counter.li.org )
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