Mon May 13 16:54:02 2002
This is a portion of the script I use to automate receiving encrypted files
from our ftp server.
rm -f "$3" 2>&1 1> /dev/null
default gpg_pass$1 \
| gpg --homedir $homedir --passphrase-fd 0 --no-tty --skip-verify \
--output "$3" --decrypt "$2"
NOTE: default gpg_home -- returns '/etc/gnupg'
default gpg_pass$1 -- returns the passphrase referenced by $1
ie, default gpg_pass1 returns passphrase for 1st
default gpg_pass2 returns passphrase for 2nd
The quote marks are around $2 and $3 since some clients embed spaces in the
file names and this script is running on a Linux box.
From: deepesh pradeep chourey [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2002 9:44 PM
Subject: Decryption Automation
I wanted to automate the encryption/decryption process. For this
i have made 2 batch files that has encrypt and decrypt commads in
them. My encryption thing is working fine but the problem is with
decryption. It asks for the passpharse, is there any way thru
which we can bypass this and achieve total automation.
Any help is appreciated,
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