Quintuple Agent (formerly Secret Agent) discovered.

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at intevation.de
Tue Feb 13 16:31:08 CET 2001


| Quintuple Agent
| Note for users of old versions: before 1.0.0, this project was known
| as "Secret Agent". 

| Quintuple Agent stores your secrets in a secure manner. 
| Its main use at the moment is with GnuPG (an e-mail
| encryption/signation solution compatible to OpenPGP), or PGP 2.6.
| You can store your passphrase with Quintuple Agent, and have it
| provide that passphrase to GnuPG or PGP everytime it is needed. In
| this way, you'll only have to enter the passphrase once per session,
| every hour, as you like it - but not every time you want to sign an e-mail. 

Just discovered it,
it is not on the frontend page.

It seem to use a wrapper script to run gpg and hand the password
over per file descriptor


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