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authorJung-uk Kim <jkim@FreeBSD.org>2015-12-03 17:22:58 +0000
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3. To generate a DSA key
-A DSA key can be used for signing only. This is important to keep
-in mind to know what kind of purposes a certificate request with a
-DSA key can really be used for.
+A DSA key can be used for signing only. It is important to
+know what a certificate request with a DSA key can really be used for.
Generating a key for the DSA algorithm is a two-step process. First,
you have to generate parameters from which to generate the key: