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openssl_pkcs7_sign

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.6, PHP 5, PHP 7)

openssl_pkcs7_signSign an S/MIME message

Description

openssl_pkcs7_sign ( string $infilename , string $outfilename , mixed $signcert , mixed $privkey , array $headers [, int $flags = PKCS7_DETACHED [, string $extracerts ]] ) : bool

openssl_pkcs7_sign() takes the contents of the file named infilename and signs them using the certificate and its matching private key specified by signcert and privkey parameters.

Parameters

infilename

The input file you are intending to digitally sign.

outfilename

The file which the digital signature will be written to.

signcert

The X.509 certificate used to digitally sign infilename. See Key/Certificate parameters for a list of valid values.

privkey

privkey is the private key corresponding to signcert. See Public/Private Key parameters for a list of valid values.

headers

headers is an array of headers that will be prepended to the data after it has been signed (see openssl_pkcs7_encrypt() for more information about the format of this parameter).

flags

flags can be used to alter the output - see PKCS7 constants.

extracerts

extracerts specifies the name of a file containing a bunch of extra certificates to include in the signature which can for example be used to help the recipient to verify the certificate that you used.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example #1 openssl_pkcs7_sign() example

<?php
// the message you want to sign so that recipient can be sure it was you that
// sent it
$data = <<<EOD

You have my authorization to spend $10,000 on dinner expenses.

The CEO
EOD;
// save message to file
$fp fopen("msg.txt""w");
fwrite($fp$data);
fclose($fp);
// encrypt it
if (openssl_pkcs7_sign("msg.txt""signed.txt""file://mycert.pem",
    array(
"file://mycert.pem""mypassphrase"),
    array(
"To" => "joes@example.com"// keyed syntax
          
"From: HQ <ceo@example.com>"// indexed syntax
          
"Subject" => "Eyes only")
    )) {
    
// message signed - send it!
    
exec(ini_get("sendmail_path") . " < signed.txt");
}
?>

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