Question from a newbie
Tue Aug 5 03:06:02 2003
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On Monday 04 August 2003 15:40, Aguilera, Luis wrote:
> I want to automatize change of the passphrase using gnupg from PHP.
> But, I can't make it work from a command line in DOS mode.
> I'm try to work out this with:
> gpg --edit-key charlie passwd
> and gpg turns the dialog mode and I've to type the actual passphrase, type
> the new and re type the new one.
> But I don't know how to pass the actual passphrase, enter the new and re
> enter this without the dialog with gpg.
> Some body help me PLEASE!!
> Luis Aguilera
> Sorry about my poor language! (I'm speak spanish)
The way *I* read your message, it looks like you might as not be using *a=
cryptography. This is similar (I think) to the discussion or the past week =
so about automating these kinds of things in cryptography. It may as well n=
be used at all, since you don't want to 'physically' monitor what's happeni=
with your public and private keys.
Like I said, I may just be reading your message incorrectly, but that's w=
I got out of it.
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