Thu, 24 Aug 2000 17:10:35 +0900
Maybe this is kind of a stupid question, but... I've got GnuPG installed,
and thanks to Frank Tobin's GnuPG Interface Perl module I can do encryption
through CGI, and it is all working pretty smoothly. However, I am worried
about how the data from my form are handled in the CGI before they are
encrypted. Are the unencrypted data stored in any temp files, memory, cache,
etc. is such a way that other people sharing my web server can access them?
If so, are there GnuPG commands that can prevent it?
Thanks in advance for any help,
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