trusted-signers command (NuGet CLI)

Applies to: package consumption • Supported versions: 4.9.1+

Gets or sets trusted signers to the NuGet configuration. For additional usage, see Common NuGet configurations. For details on how the nuget.config schema looks like, refer to the NuGet config file reference.

Usage

nuget trusted-signers <list|add|remove|sync> [options]

if none of list|add|remove|sync is specified, the command will default to list.

nuget trusted-signers list

Lists all the trusted signers in the configuration. This option will include all the certificates (with fingerprint and fingerprint algorithm) each signer has. If a certificate has a preceding [U], it means that certificate entry has allowUntrustedRoot set as true.

Below is an example output from this command:

$ nuget trusted-signers
Registered trusted signers:


 1.   nuget.org [repository]
      Service Index: https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json
      Certificate fingerprint(s):
        SHA256 - 0E5F38F57DC1BCC806D8494F4F90FBCEDD988B46760709CBEEC6F4219AA6157D
        SHA256 - 5A2901D6ADA3D18260B9C6DFE2133C95D74B9EEF6AE0E5DC334C8454D1477DF4

 2.   microsoft [author]
      Certificate fingerprint(s):
        SHA256 - 3F9001EA83C560D712C24CF213C3D312CB3BFF51EE89435D3430BD06B5D0EECE
        SHA256 - AA12DA22A49BCE7D5C1AE64CC1F3D892F150DA76140F210ABD2CBFFCA2C18A27

 3.   myUntrustedAuthorSignature [author]
      Certificate fingerprint(s):
        [U] SHA256 - 518F9CF082C0872025EFB2587B6A6AB198208F63EA58DD54D2B9FF6735CA4434
        

nuget trusted-signers add [options]

Adds a trusted signer with the given name to the config. This option has different gestures to add a trusted author or repository.

Options for add based on a package

nuget trusted-signers add <package> -Name <name> [options]

where <package> is one signed .nupkg file.

  • -Author

    Specifies that the author signature of the signed package should be trusted.

  • -AllowUntrustedRoot

    Specifies if the certificate for the trusted signer should be allowed to chain to an untrusted root.

  • -Owners

    Semi-colon separated list of trusted owners to further restrict the trust of a repository. Only valid when using the -Repository option.

  • -Repository

    Specifies that the repository signature or countersignature of the signed package should be trusted.

Providing both -Author and -Repository at the same time is not supported.

Options for add based on a service index

nuget trusted-signers add -Name <name> [options]

Note: This option will only add trusted repositories.

  • -AllowUntrustedRoot

    Specifies if the certificate for the trusted signer should be allowed to chain to an untrusted root.

  • -Owners

    Semi-colon separated list of trusted owners to further restrict the trust of a repository.

  • -ServiceIndex

    Specifies the V3 service index of the repository to be trusted. This repository has to support the repository signatures resource. If not provided, the command will look for a package source with the same -Name and get the service index from there.

Options for add based on the certificate information

nuget trusted-signers add -Name <name> [options]

Note: If a trusted signer with the given name already exists, the certificate item will be added to that signer. Otherwise a trusted author will be created with a certificate item from given certificate information.

  • -AllowUntrustedRoot

    Specifies if the certificate for the trusted signer should be allowed to chain to an untrusted root.

  • -CertificateFingerprint

    Specifies a certificate fingerprints of a certificate which signed packages must be signed with. A certificate fingerprint is a hash of the certificate. The hash algorithm used for calculating this hash should be specifies in the FingerprintAlgorithm option.

  • -FingerprintAlgorithm

    Specifies the hash algorithm used to calculate the certificate fingerprint. Defaults to SHA256. Values supported are SHA256, SHA384 and SHA512.

nuget trusted-signers remove -Name <name>

Removes any trusted signers that match the given name.

nuget trusted-signers sync -Name <name>

Requests the latest list of certificates used in a currently trusted repository to update the the existing certificate list in the trusted signer.

Note: This gesture will delete the current list of certificates and replace them with an up-to-date list from the repository.

Options

  • -ConfigFile

    The NuGet configuration file to apply. If not specified, %AppData%\NuGet\NuGet.Config (Windows), or ~/.nuget/NuGet/NuGet.Config or ~/.config/NuGet/NuGet.Config (Mac/Linux) is used.

  • -ForceEnglishOutput

    Forces nuget.exe to run using an invariant, English-based culture.

  • -?|-help

    Displays help information for the command.

  • -Name

    Name of the trusted signer.

  • -NonInteractive

    Suppresses prompts for user input or confirmations.

  • -Verbosity [normal|quiet|detailed]

    Specifies the amount of detail displayed in the output: normal (the default), quiet, or detailed.

Examples

nuget trusted-signers list

nuget trusted-signers Add -Name existingSource

nuget trusted-signers Add -Name trustedRepo -ServiceIndex https://trustedRepo.test/v3ServiceIndex

nuget trusted-signers Add -Name author1 -CertificateFingerprint CE40881FF5F0AD3E58965DA20A9F571EF1651A56933748E1BF1C99E537C4E039 -FingerprintAlgorithm SHA256

nuget trusted-signers Add -Repository .\..\MyRepositorySignedPackage.nupkg -Name TrustedRepo

nuget trusted-signers Remove -Name TrustedRepo

nuget trusted-signers Sync -Name TrustedRepo