Generate SignatureThe virgil verify command verifies the data and the signature with a provided User’s identifier.This command has the following syntax:virgil verify [options...] [-i <file>] -S <file> <recipient-id>OptionsThe main options are:ParameterDescription-i <file>, --in=<file>File with data which necessary to verify. If omitted, stdin is used.-S <file>, --sign=<file>Digest sign.<recipient-id>Contains information about sender. Format: [vcard | pubkey]:<value>. If vcard is used, then <value> - the sender’s Virgil Card ID or the Virgil Card itself (the file stored locally); If pubkey is used, then <value> - Public Key of the recipient.Prerequisites for workIn order to use the virgil verify command you need to:Have the User's Virgil Card or the User's Public Key;Set up the configuration file, when vcard is used as <recipient-id>.ExamplesExample #1. The plain.txt is verified with User's Virgil Card.virgil verify -i plain.txt -S plain.signed vcard:alice.vcardYou'll find out the following result information:[** INFO **] Data verification: success.Example #2. The 'plain.txt' is verified with User's Public Key.virgil verify -i plain.txt -S plain.signed pubkey:public.virgilkeyYou will find out the following result information:[** INFO **] Data verification: success.