Re: old unix crypt
- From: Bob Proulx <bob@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2010 00:55:47 -0600
T o n g wrote:
What's the current replacement for the old unix "crypt"?
It depends upon what you mean by replacement. Do you want to decrypt
previously encrypted files? Or do you want a currently best in class
secure file encryption program?
If the latter then 'gpg' from the 'gnupg' package is a standard
$ apt-cache show gnupg
Description: Digital signature
- decrypting files without the sam db
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- Re: Format and Reinstall
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