Anthony E. Greene
Wed Jun 27 05:47:01 2001
On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Daryl Krauter wrote:
>Note: This assumes the variables 'theDir' and 'recipient'
>are set to what you want. Obviously, you'll need to modify
>the path to your passphrase. It also assumes that your
>'options' file is setup appropriately.
>Warning: Anyone at your site who can read a script will
>know what your passphrase is using this method.
Or you could just use public key encryption and keep the secret key and
passphrase to yourself.
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