nfrm [OPTIONS] FILE [FILE [...]]

Removes files either locally or remotely using hardserver file transfer commands. Doesn’t accept glob patterns. IPv6 addresses must be surrounded by square brackets.

Option Description

-f, --force

Ignores nonexistent files.

-k, --use-kneti

Uses a local module KNETI to authenticate this client to the remote server. If this option is not specified, the hardserver’s software KNETI is used instead.

-P, --port=PORT

Sets the port through which to connect to the remote server.
Default: 9004.


Specifies the ESN of the nToken to be used to authenticate the remote hardserver. Cannot be specified without the corresponding remote KNETI hash option.


Specifies the KNETI hash to authenticate the remote hardserver.

Option to address HSMs

-m, --module=MODULE

Specifies the number of the module use KNETI to use. This option is ignored unless --use-kneti has been used as well.
If you only have one module, <MODULE> is 1.
Default: 1.

Help options

-h, --help

Displays help for nfrm.

-u, --usage

Displays a brief usage summary for nfrm.

-v, --version

Displays the version number of the Security World Software that deploys nfrm.

-V, --verbose

Be verbose.