GPG decryption within shell scripts.
Wed Jul 30 14:26:02 2003
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Right, but leaving the passphrase off removes the authentication. Its
the same issue. The encryption is fine, but the authentication is not.
Joseph Bruni wrote:
| Yep. And if you'd ever had to automate an SSH/SCP session, you'd leave
| off the passphrase and make sure the secret key was readable only by the
| process' user id.
| On Tuesday, July 29, 2003, at 07:02 PM, CL Gilbert wrote:
|> ssh uses automated encryption as well, but thats beside the point. I
|> think the problem was the automated 'authentication.'
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