Shell tools for GnuPG on Win9x?
Wed, 9 Aug 2000 10:07:37 +0200
On Wed, 9 Aug 2000, Jessica Smith wrote:
> The problem I will have is enabling shop owners to easily decrypt the
> e-mails containing the order information. Currently, they are able to use
> plug-ins to Eudora, etc., to simplify the decryption process.
BTW, we are working on a plugin for Eudora.
> I have tried importing a GnuPG secret key into PGPKeys to be able to
> decrypt messages created by GnuPG. It didn't work (I didn't expect it to).
The easiest way is to set the passphrase to empty, export and import
into PGP and the reset the passphrase.
> Is there a way to do this, or is there a Win9x interface to GnuPG? (This of
> course requires that there is even a command line version of GnuPG for
> Win9x - is there?)
There is a commandline version for Windows 95, 98, NT and W2000:
This version has some problems when using redirections, a fixed
version is at ftp://ftp.openit.de/products/gnupg/gnupg-w32-1.0.2-1.zip
Werner Koch GnuPG key: 621CC013
OpenIT GmbH http://www.OpenIT.de
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