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A MkDocs plugin that encrypt/decrypt markdown content with AES

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PyPI Version PyPI downloads License: MIT


This plugin allows you to have password protected articles and pages in MKdocs.

The content is encrypted with AES-256 in Python using PyCryptodome and decrypted in the browser with Crypto-JS or Webcrypto.

It has been tested in Python Python 3.8+


I want to be able to protect the content of the page with a password.

Define a password to protect each page independently or a global password to protect them all.

If a global password exists, all articles and pages are protected with this password.

If a password is defined in an article or a page, it is always used even if there is a global password.

If a password is defined as an empty character string, content encryption is disabled.

Additionally password levels can be defined in mkdocs.yml or external yaml file with user/password credentials.

New features (compared to version 2.5.x)

  • Stronger cryptography (PBKDF2 for key derivation)
  • Faster cryptography (Webcrypto as alternative to crypto-js)
  • Allow password inventory or levels in mkdocs.yml or external file for credential handling
  • Allow user name + password as credentials
  • If credential is reused in different levels it also decrypts all of their content
  • Optional adding of credentials to URLs for sharing
  • Optional tamper check by signing generated files with Ed25519
  • New Documentation and Test bench

Upgrading from version 2.5.x

The use_secret functionality was discontinued in the plugin configuration and as a meta tag.

In order to use environment variables in user names or passwords, use the special yaml tag !ENV.

Todos for 3.1.x

  • optional server side keystore (allows throtteling)
  • be defined

Table of Contents


Install the package with pip:

pip install mkdocs-encryptcontent-plugin

Install the package from source with pip:

cd mkdocs-encryptcontent-plugin/
python sdist bdist_wheel
pip install --force-reinstall --no-deps dist/mkdocs_encryptcontent_plugin-3.0.0-py3-none-any.whl

Enable the plugin in your mkdocs.yml:

    - search: {}
    - encryptcontent: {}

NOTE: If you have no plugins entry in your configuration file yet, you'll likely also want to add the search plugin. MkDocs enables it by default if there is no plugins entry set, but now you have to enable it explicitly.


Add an meta tag password: secret password in your markdown files to protect them.

Alternatively add the meta tag level: secret to use one or more secrets defined at the plugin's password_inventory or password_file in your "mkdocs.yml".

Global password protection

Add global_password: your_password in plugin configuration variable, to protect all pages with this password by default

    - encryptcontent:
        global_password: 'your_password'

If the password meta tag is defined in a markdown file, it will ALWAYS override the global password.

NOTE Keep in mind that if the password: tag exists without value in a page, it will not be protected ! Use this to disable global_password on specific pages.

Password inventory

With the password_inventory you can define protection levels (assigned with the meta tag level in markdown files).

    - encryptcontent:
          classified: 'password1'
            - 'password2'
            - 'password3'
            user4: 'password4'
            user5: 'password5'

These levels may be only one password (f.ex. classified), a list of multiple passwords (f.ex. confidential) or multiple username/password pairs (f.ex. secret). It is possible to reuse credentials at different levels.

Note that a "list of multiple passwords" comes with a downside: All entries may be tested because unlike "user/password pairs" there is no hint to determine the distinct entry to try (At least I found no hint that wouldn't make it easier for a brute force attacker). This means, that a high kdf_pow could cause long waiting time even if the right password was entered.

The plugin will generate one secret key for each level, which is then used to encrypt the assigned sites.

Password inventory in external file

You can define password levels in an external yaml file and link it with password_file. The intention is to separate sensitive information from configuration options.

    - encryptcontent:
        password_file: 'passwords.yml'


classified: 'password1'
    - 'password2'
    - 'password3'
    user4: 'password4'
    user5: 'password5'

Global password(s) in inventory

You can add the special level _global, which will be applied globally on all sites like this:

    - encryptcontent:
            _global: 'either define one password'
                - 'or define'
                - 'multiple passwords'
                user1: 'or use user'
                user2: 'and password pairs'

NOTE Add the meta tag level: (without a value) to pages which should be excluded from global password level. Also note that it is always possible to set the page to a different level than the global one with the level meta tag.

Secret from environment

It is possible to read values from environment variable (as discribed here). This replaces the deprecated use_secret option from previous versions.

    - encryptcontent:
                user1: !ENV PASSWORD1_FROM_ENV
                user2: !ENV [PASSWORD2_FROM_ENV, 'Password if PASSWORD2_FROM_ENV undefined or empty']

Default vars customization

Optionally you can use some extra variables in plugin configuration to customize default strings.

    - encryptcontent:
        title_prefix: '[LOCK]'
        summary: 'another informational message to encrypted content'
        placeholder: 'another password placeholder'
        decryption_failure_message: 'another informational message when decryption fails'
        encryption_info_message: "another information message when you don't have access !"
        input_class: 'md-search__form md-search__input'
        button_class: 'md-search__icon'

Default prefix title is [Protected].

Default summary message is This content is protected with AES encryption..

Default password palceholder is Provide password and press ENTER.

Default decryption failure message is Invalid password..

Defaut encryption information message is Contact your administrator for access to this page..

NOTE Adding a prefix to the title does not change the default navigation path !


If the plugin is used in conjunction with the static-i18n plugin you can provide translations for the used i18n_page_locale.

    - encryptcontent:
            title_prefix: '[Verschlüsselt] '
            summary: 'Der Inhalt dieser Seite ist mit AES verschlüsselt. '
            placeholder: 'Mit Strg+Enter wird das Passwort global gesetzt'
            password_button_text: 'Entschlüsseln'
            decryption_failure_message: 'Falsches passwort.'
            encryption_info_message: 'Bitte wenden Sie sich an den Systemadministrator um auf diese Seite zuzugreifen.'

Custom per-page strings

You can set the meta tag encryption_summary to customize summary and encryption_info_message on every page.

Obfuscate pages

If you want to make it harder for search engines to scrape you pages content, you can set obfuscate: SomeNotSoSecretPassword meta tag in markdown.

The page then will display summary and encryption_info_message together with a button labeled with password_button_text. In order to view the pages content one hast to press the button first.

If a password or level is set, then the obfuscate feature will be disabled. If you want to use obfuscate in a configuration where global_password or _global level is defined, you'll need to set the password: or rather level: meta tag (with no password/level defined) to undefine the password on this page.

The keys to all obfuscated pages are also saved in every keystore, so they are decrypted if someone entered correct credentials.

Example plugin configuration

    - encryptcontent:
        title_prefix: ''
        summary: ''
        placeholder: 'Password'
        placeholder_user: User
        password_button_text: 'ENTER'
        decryption_failure_message: 'Wrong user name or password.'
        encryption_info_message: 'Legitimation required.'
            title_prefix: ''
            summary: ''
            placeholder: 'Passwort'
            placeholder_user: Benutzer
            password_button_text: 'ENTER'
            decryption_failure_message: 'Falscher Benutzer oder Passwort.'
            encryption_info_message: 'Legitimation erforderlich.'
        html_template_path: "decrypt-form.tpl.html" # override default html template
        password_button: True
        input_class: 'w3-input' # CSS class used for input username and password
        button_class: 'w3-button w3-theme-l1 w3-hover-theme' # CSS class for password_button
        hljs: False
        arithmatex: False
        mermaid2: False
        remember_keys: true # keys from keystore will temporarily saved to sessionStorage
        remember_password: false # the entered credentials are not saved
        remember_prefix: encryptcontent_plugin_ # use different prefixes if other sites are running on the same domain
        encrypted_something: # additionally encrypt some html elements
          #myNav: [div, id]
          myToc: [div, id]
          myTocButton: [div, id]
        search_index: 'dynamically' # dynamically encrypt mkdocs search index 
        webcrypto: true # use browsers webcrypto support
        #selfhost: true # use self-hosted crypto-js
        #selfhost_download: true # download crypt-js for self-hosting
        #selfhost_dir: 'theme_override' # where to download crypto-js
        #  - '#theme'
        password_file: 'passwords.yml' # file with password inventory
        #kdf_pow: 4 # default for crypto-js: 4, default for webcrypto: 5
        sign_files: 'encryptcontent-plugin.json' # save ed25519 signatures here
        #hash_filenames: # add hash to file names of assets (to make them impossible to guess
        #  extensions:
        #    - 'png'
        #    - 'jpg'
        #    - 'jpeg'
        #    - 'svg'
        #  except:
        #    - 'logo.svg'


Override default templates

Related to issue #32

You can override the default templates with your own templates by providing an actual replacement path in the html_template_path (HTML) and js_template_path (JS) directives. Overridden templates completely replace the default templates. You must therefore copy the default templates as a starting point to keep this plugin working.

    - encryptcontent:
        html_template_path: "/root/real/path/mkdocs_poc/my_html_template.html"
        js_template_path: "/root/real/path/mkdocs_poc/my_js_template.js"
        form_class: 'md-content__inner md-typeset'
        input_class: 'md-input'
        button_class: 'md-button md-button--primary'

Use form_class, input_class and button_class to optionally set a CSS class for the password input field and the button.

When overriding the default templates, you can add and use your own Jinja variables and enrich your template, by defining html_extra_vars and js_extra_vars directives in key/value format. Added values can be used in your Jinja templates via the variable extra.

    - encryptcontent:
            my_extra: "extra value"
            <key>: <value>
            my_extra: "extra value"
            <key>: <value>

For example, you can modify your HTML template, to add a new title with your own text variable.

[ ... ] 
<h2>{{ extra.my_extra }}</h2>
[ ... ]

NOTE Issues related to template override will not be addressed.

Add button

Add password_button: True in plugin configuration variable, to add a button to the right of the password field.

When enabled, it allows to decrypt the content just like the classic keypress ENTER.

Optionally, you can add password_button_text: 'custom_text_button' to customize the button text.

    - encryptcontent:
        password_button: True
        password_button_text: 'custom_text_button'

Tag encrypted page

Enable by default

Related to issue #7

This feature adds an additional attribute encrypted with value True to the mkdocs type object.

You can add tag_encrypted_page: False in plugin configuration, to disable tagging of encrypted pages.

When enabled, it is possible to use the encrypted attribute in the jinja template of your theme, as a condition to perform custom modification.

{%- for nav_item in nav %}
    {% if nav_item.encrypted %}
        <!-- Do something --> 
    {% endif %}
{%- endfor %}

For example, you can use conditional check to add a custom class:

<a {% if nav_item.encrypted %}class="mkdocs-encrypted-class"{% endif %}href="{{ nav_item.url|url }}">{{ nav_item.title }}</a>

Remember password

Related to issue #6

By default the plugin will save the decrypted AES keys to session storage of the browser (can be disabled by setting remember_keys: False). This is enabled for convenience, so you are able to browse between multiple encrypted pages without having to re-enter the password.

Additionally it is possible to save the entered user/password in session storage (setting remember_password: True). Use this for additional convenience during mkdocs serve, because the AES key are regenerated every time MkDocs starts (rendering the old ones invalid and requiring to re-enter a valid credential again).

To avoid problems when multiple sites are hosted within the same domain, it is possible to customize the name of the keys saved to storage with remember_prefix.

This feature is not really secure ! decryption keys are store in clear text inside session storage.

Instead of using these features, I recommend to use a password manager with its browser plugin. For example KeepassXC allows you to detect the password field mkdocs-content-password and fill it automatically in a much more secure way.

It is also possible to save the used credentials permanently to local storage (setting session_storage: False), but this should only be done for testing purposes. The local storage of a browser is most likely readable for every other process that can access the file system.

The session storage however should only be located in memory and be forgotten after the browser tab is closed.

    - encryptcontent:
        remember_keys : True
        remember_password: False
        remember_prefix: secretsite_

Share link generation

It is possible to share valid credentials by adding them to the hash part of the URL. The plugin can also generate share links for certain pages if the metag tag sharelink: true is defined in markdown. It will use the first credential for the pages level or the pages password. The credentials for auto-generated links are base64url encoded.

    - encryptcontent:
        sharelinks: True
        sharelinks_output: 'sharelinks.txt' # generated share links are saved here

One condition applies: The user name must not contain the ":" character (Passwords may use that character).

However if sharelinks: True is enabled in the plugin configuration you can generate share links yourself:!username:password for user/password or!password for only password.

Then another condition applies: If non-aphanumeric characters are used in user/password, they need to be URLencoded (f.ex. %20 = space character). Some browsers may do that automatically (Do a copy/paste from the browsers address bar then).

Modify generated pages

Encrypt something

Related to issue #9

Add encrypted_something: {} in the plugin configuration variable, to encrypt something else on the page.

The syntax of this new variable MUST follow the yaml format of a dictionary. Child elements of encrypted_something are build with a key <unique name> in string format and a list as value. The list has to be constructed with the name of an HTML tag <html tag> as first item and id or class as the second item.

    - encryptcontent:
            <uniqe name>: [<html tag>, <'class' or 'id'>]

The <unique name> key identifies the name of a specific element of the page that will be searched by Beautiful Soup. The first value of the list (<html tag>) identifies the type of HTML tag in which the name is present. The second value of the list ('id' or 'class') specifies the type of the attribute which contains the unique name in the html tag.

Prefer to use an 'id', however depending on the template of your theme, it is not always possible to use the id. So we can use the class attribute to define your unique name inside the html tag. Beautiful Soup will encrypt all HTML elements discovered with the class.

When the feature is enabled every element is decrypted upon successfull content decryption on the page.

Use this to hide the table of contents on the page or sub pages in the menu

By default every child item are encrypted and the encrypted elements have set style="display:none;" to hide their content.

How to use it?! Examples

You can use the page.encrypted tag to add attributes to html tags in the HTML templates of your theme or identify usable tag ids or classes that are already in the theme.

Then add these elements in the format of a yaml dictionary under the variable encrypted_something.

  1. For example, encrypt ToC in a theme where ToC is under 'div' element like this :
<div class=".." {% if page.encrypted %}id="mkdocs-encrypted-toc"{% endif %}>
    <ul class="..">
        <li class=".."><a href="{{ toc_item.url }}">{{ toc_item.title }}</a></li>
        <li><a href="{{ toc_item.url }}">{{ toc_item.title }}</a></li>

Set your configuration like this :

    - encryptcontent:
            mkdocs-encrypted-toc: [div, id]
  1. Other example, with multiple targets. You are using a custom version of Material theme and want to encrypt ToC content and Footer.

Material generates 2 <nav> structures with the same template toc.html, so you need to use a class instead of an id for this part. The footer part, is generated by the footer.html template in a classic div so an id is sufficient

After modification, your template looks like this :


<nav class="md-nav md-nav--secondary {% if page.encrypted %}mkdocs-encrypted-toc{% endif %}" aria-label="{{ lang.t('toc.title') }}">
    <label class="md-nav__title" for="__toc"> ... </label>
    <ul class="md-nav__list" data-md-scrollfix> ... </ul>


<footer class="md-footer">
    <div class="md-footer-nav" {% if page.encrypted %}id="mkdocs-encrypted-footer"{% endif %}> ... </div>
    <div class="md-footer-meta md-typeset" {% if page.encrypted %}id="mkdocs-encrypted-footer-meta"{% endif %}>

Your configuration would look like this :

    - encryptcontent:
            mkdocs-encrypted-toc: [nav, class]
            mkdocs-encrypted-footer: [div, id]
            mkdocs-encrypted-footer-meta: [div, id]
  1. If you are using unmodified mkdocs-material, then this example will encrypt menu, toc and footer But you'd need the Navigation pruning feature to hide the title of encrypted pages from navigation (or see 2.).
    - encryptcontent:
            md-footer__inner: [nav, class]
            md-nav: [nav, class]

Inject decrypt-form.tpl to theme

Some themes or plugins might interfere with the way this plugin encrypts the content of a page. In this case this feature will find and encrypt a unique tag in the same way as encrypted_something does and additionally inject its decrypt-form.tpl.html in front of it.

    - encryptcontent:
            <uniq name>: [<html tag>, <'class' or 'id'>]

This is an example for mkdocs-material:

  - blog
  - encryptcontent:
            md-footer__inner: [nav, class] #Footer
            md-nav: [nav, class] #Menu and toc
            md-content: [div, class]

This feature overrides the normal practice of replacing the rendered content of a page.

Mix encrypted and normal content

It is possible to only encrypt parts of the page and also to remove parts on successful decryption.

First install PyMdown Extensions by entering pip install --upgrade pymdown-extensions, then enable them in your mkdocs.yml:

    - pymdownx.blocks.html

This is an example of a mixed markdown page:

title: This page mixes encrypted and normal content
level: secret
inject_id: protected
delete_id: teaser

/// html | div#teaser
## Teaser

You won't believe which secrets this page will unveil.
Find out more after you enter the correct password...

/// html | div#protected
## Secret

Well, the princess is another castle.

The markdown extension enables us to wrap a div tag around content by /// html | div#some-id. It ends with ///. The meta tag inject_id defines which div id we would like to encrypt (it also injects the decryption form here). And the div id found at delete_id will be deleted on successful decryption.

Search encryption

Search index encryption

Default value is "encrypted"

Related to issue #13

:warning: The configuration mode "clear" of this functionality can cause DATA LEAK

The unencrypted content of each page is accessible through the search index. Not encrypting the search index means completely removing the protection provided by this plugin. You have been warned

This feature allows you to control the behavior of the encryption plugin with the search index. Three configuration modes are possible:

  • clear : Search index is not encrypted. Search is possible even on protected pages.
  • dynamically : Search index is encrypted on build. Search is possible once the pages have been decrypted.
  • encrypted : Search index of encrypted pages is removed on build. Search is not possible on encrypted pages.

You can set search_index: '<mode_name>' in your mkdocs.yml to change the search index encryption mode. Possible values are clear, dynamically, encrypted. The default mode is "encrypted".

    - encryptcontent:
        search_index: 'dynamically'

This functionality modifies the search index created by the “search” plug-in. Some themes might override the default search plug-in provided by mkdocs, but so far the structure of the search/search_index.json file is consistent.

The modification of the search index is carried out last (if encryptcontent is also last in plugins). But always double-check the generated index after mkdocs build to see if your information is protected.

When the configuration mode is set to "dynamically", the javascripts contribution files are used to override the default search plugin files provided by MkDocs. They include a process of decrypting and keeping the search index in a SessionStorage.

Search index encryption for mkdocs-material

Material for MkDocs uses a different search plugin that cannot "easily" be overridden like the default search plugin. However this Plugin will still remove encrypted pages (encrypted) or encrypt the search entries (dynamically) for mkdocs-material.

In order to be able to decrypt the search index (dynamically) mkdocs-material needs to be customized (patched).

You'll need some prerequisites and also execute these commands:

git clone
cd mkdocs-material
pip install mkdocs-minify-plugin
pip install mkdocs-redirects
npm install

#copy material_search_worker.patch to mkdocs-material
patch -p 0 < material_search_worker.patch

pip install --force-reinstall .
#pip install --force-reinstall --no-deps . #faster if mkdocs-material was already installed

Note: this currently doesn't work with mkdocs-material-9.x.x

Javascript extensions

Reload user-defined scripts

Related to issue #14

You can set reload_scripts: in your mkdocs.yml with list of script sources or script ids, to reload and execute some js lib after decryption process.

    - encryptcontent:
            - 'js/example.js'
            - '#autoexec'

It is also possible to reload a script id like <script id="autoexec">console.log('test');</script> that was encrypted within the page (related to issue #30).

HighlightJS support

Enable by default

If HighlightJS module is detected in your theme to improve code color rendering, reload renderer after decryption process. If HighlightJS module is not correctly detected, you can force the detection by adding hljs: True on the plugin configuration or set hljs: False to disable this feature.

When enabled the following part of the template is added to force reloading decrypted content.

{% if hljs %}
document.getElementById("mkdocs-decrypted-content").querySelectorAll('pre code').forEach((block) => {
{% endif %}

Arithmatex support

Enable by default

Related to issue #12

If Arithmatex markdown extension is detected in your markdown extensions to improve math equations rendering, reload renderer after decryption process. If the Arithmatex markdown extension is not correctly detected, you can force the detection by adding arithmatex: True on the plugin configuration or set arithmatex: False to disable this feature.

When enabled, the following part of the template is added to force math equations rendering on decrypted content.

{% if arithmatex %}
{% endif %}

NOTE It has been tested in Arithmatex generic mode only.

Mermaid2 support

Enable by default

Related to issue #22

If mermaid2 plugin is detected in your configuration to generate graph from text, reload renderer after decryption process. If the Mermaid2 plugin is not correctly detected, you can force the detection by adding mermaid2: True on the plugin configuration or set mermaid2: False to disable this feature.

When enabled, the following part of the template is added to force graph rendering on decrypted content.

{% if mermaid2 %}
{% endif %}

NOTE it currently only works with mermaid version < 10. Also encryptcontent needs to be injected, because the mermaid2 plugin otherwise won't detect the page content correctly.

activate the plugin like this:

    - mermaid2:
        version: 9.4.3

    - pymdownx.blocks.html

Example usage:

password: 1234
inject_id: inject

/// html | div#inject

graph LR
    hello --> world
    world --> again
    again --> hello



Crypto-js or webcrypto?

By default the plugin uses the crypto-js library for page decryption, but using the browser's built-in webcrypto engine is also possible (set webcrypto: True).

The main advantage of webcrypto over crypto-js is that it is much faster, allowing higher calculation difficulty for key derivation (kdf_pow). Also it may be easier to implement key derivation functions other than PBKDF2 with webcrypto in the future.

On the other hand crypto-js is implemented in pure Javascript without dependencies and well tested (but it probably won't receive any updates as development stalled in 2021) and we know nothing about how good or bad webcrypto is implemented in different browsers.

Self-host crypto-js

If you enable selfhost then you'll choose to upload crypto-js to your web server rather than using cloudflare CDN. The self-host location is "SITE_URL/assets/javascripts/cryptojs/".

Additionally if you set selfhost_download then the required files will be automatically downloaded if needed. The files are checked for their MD5 hash and saved to docs_dir or selfhost_dir (relative to mkdocs.yml).

    - encryptcontent:
        selfhost: True
        selfhost_download: False
        selfhost_dir: 'theme_overrides'

KDF key generation caching

Either way (webcrypto or crypto-js) the KDF key generation needs to be done for each credential. This may take some additional time when building the site, especially when there are many different ones. That's why these keys and salt are cached by default to a yaml file named "encryptcontent.cache".

    - encryptcontent:
        cache_file: 'encryptcontent.cache' # change file name if needed

Caching can be disabled by setting cache_file: ''.

File name obfuscation

Imagine your pages contain many images and you labeled them "1.jpg", "2.jpg" and so on for some reason. If you'd like to encrypt one of these pages, an attacker could try guessing the image file names and would be able to download them despite not having the password to the page.

This feature should make it impossible or at least way harder for an external attacker to guess the file names. Please also check and disable directory listing for that matter. Keep in mind that your hosting provider is still able to see all your images and files.

To counter file name guessing you could activate the feature like this:

    - encryptcontent:
        selfhost: true
        selfhost_download: false
            - 'png'
            - 'jpg'
            - 'jpeg'
            - 'svg'
            - 'lilien.svg'

At extensions we define which file name extensions to obfuscate (extension is taken from the part after the last ".", so the extension of "image.jpg" is "jpg" and of "archive.tar.gz" is "gz").

You can define multiple exceptions at the except list. The file names that end with these strings will be skipped. You should use this if some images are used by themes or other plugins. Otherwise, you'd need to change these file names to the obfuscated ones.

The file names are obfuscated in a way that the corresponding file is hashed with MD5 and the hash is added to the file name (If the file content is not changed the file name remains the same), like this:

some_image_1_bb80db433751833b8f8b4ad23767c0fc.jpg ("bb80db433751833b8f8b4ad23767c0fc" being the MD5 hash of said image.)

The file name obfuscation is currently applied to the whole site - not just the encrypted pages...

Signing of generated files

An attacker would most likely have a hard time brute forcing your encrypted content, given a good password entropy. It would be much easier for him to fish for passwords by modifying the generated pages, if he is able to hack your web space.

This feature will sign all encrypted pages and used javascript files with Ed25519. It will also generate an example canary script, which can be customized to alert if files were modified.

NOTE If Mkdocs is running with mkdocs serve, then signature verification of encrypted pages will fail, because the files are modified by Mkdocs to enable live reload.

      sign_files: 'signatures.json'
      sign_key: 'encryptcontent.key' #optional
      canary_template_path: '/path/to/' #optional

First an Ed25519 private key is generated at "encryptcontent.key" (besides mkdocs.yml), however you can supply an existing private key as long as it's in PEM format.

After generation the signatures are saved to "signatures.json" in site_dir, so this file also needs to be uploaded to the web space. The canary script will download this file and compare the URLs to its own list and then download all files and verify the signatures.

As long as the private key used for signing remains secret, the canary script will be able to determine if someone tampered with the files on the server. But you should run the canary script from another machine that is not related to the server, otherwise the attacker could also modify the canary script and sign with his private key instead.

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