pass phrase in command line?
Mon, 9 Oct 2000 11:36:54 -0400 (EDT)
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On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Foltynski, Jarek D wrote:
> Thanks a lot!!!
> I appreciate your help.
> If you don't mind I have one more question (the last one). I want to run
> automated decryption process invoked from Java. And I do need to do that
> for private key protected with password (I understand that this doesn't
> protects enough, since private key ring is accessible, but for business
> people, to remove password from private key sounds really bad! :-)).
> I could do this with option --passphrase-fd 0, and write to stdin. It works.
> But is there any option that allow the same from command line?
> BTW: I did not find options: --always-trust nor --allow-non-selfsigned-uid
> on any man page (http://www.gnupg.org/gpgman.html nor man file attached with
> install package). Perhaps there is more detailed man somewhere else.
> Also I think the archive of questions and answers (not only FAQ) could be
> placed somewhere on Web.
Something like Perl's GnuPG::Interface for Java would be cool.
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