Revoke User's CardThe virgil card-revoke command directly revokes a Virgil Card. It can also revoke a card through its Virgil Card ID.This command has the following syntax:virgil card-revoke [options...] [-i <file>] [-r <reason>]OptionsThe main options are:ParameterDescription-i <file>, --in=<file>Virgil Card ID or the Virgil Card itself for revocation. If omitted, stdin is used.-r <reason>, --revocation-reason=<reason>the revocation reason must be <unspecified> or <compromised> [default: unspecified].Prerequisites for work with the commandIn order to use the virgil card-revoke command you need to:Have the User's Card that must be revoked, or its ID;Set up the configuration file.ExamplesExammple #1. Revoke the Virgil Cardvirgil card-revoke -i alice.vcardIn order to check the operation, you search for alice.vcard on the Card Service with the search command: virgil card-search email:firstname.lastname@example.org --no-format, which will output:Found 0 Virgil Card(s)Example #2. Revoke the Virgil Card via its ID with the revocation reason compromised:virgil card-revoke -i 052e95969315a0d8d3f12de26a18f4e3821d4c160ec102ce870025c7c0556638 -r compromisedIn order to check the operation, you retrieve alice.vcard from the Virgil Card Service by its ID with the Card Get Command: virgil card-get -i 052e95969315a0d8d3f12de26a18f4e3821d4c160ec102ce870025c7c0556638, as a result we will see:Requested entity is not found.