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Re: Q: Linux Command Line Encryption
From: Mike Hoye <mhoye () neon polkaroo net>
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2004 16:23:06 -0400
On Mon, Oct 25, 2004 at 08:33:41AM -0700, Denis Dimick wrote:
Use GPG and keychain to store the key.
I've written a little widget that lets you "encrypt" a file using
another file as the "key"; I put those things in quotes because
it's a dumb little thing that does a quick-and-simple xor of the
first file against the other. I realize that this is barely
something you'd call encryption, but it might fill your needs.
It's called xork and it comes with no warranty whatsoever.
If anyone who is smarter than I am would like to suggest anything,
I'd be glad to hear it.
- Mike Hoye
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Re: Q: Linux Command Line Encryption Janusz A. Urbanowicz (Oct 22)
Re: Q: Linux Command Line Encryption Bruno Wolff III (Oct 24)
Re: Q: Linux Command Line Encryption Mike Hoye (Oct 26)
- Re: Q: Linux Command Line Encryption, (continued)