J Robert Ray
Wed Aug 21 08:05:02 2002
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Frank Yip wrote:
| I have a serious problem now. I have an application which will first
| a file with specific recipient and upload to a ftp server in first
| in second day, the same program will run and it will download the
| file (first day uploaded file) if certain situation is not happend.
| will try to decrypt the file. In the past it works fine because the
| use DES. The problem now is as the file is encrypted with specific
| recipient. I can't decrypt the encrypted file which is encrypted by me in
| the second day as I am not the recipient. Is there any way to make
| by allowing me (the sender) to decrypt the file which is encrypted by me??
You have at least two options:
1) Include yourself in the list of recipients that you encrypt the file to.
2) Use symmetric encryption:
~ -c, --symmetric
~ Encrypt with symmetric cipher only. This command asks
for a passphrase.
- - Robert
Key fingerprint = BEA9 490C D2B9 AD83 E88B 3148 3136 34E4 BB92 9E54
More people have died in Ted Kennedy's car than in nuclear power plants.
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