I compiled via myShell on my webserver - now what??!
Sat Mar 8 23:20:01 2003
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> No telnet access at all - using MyShell php shell emulator. Compiled it
> without any trouble at all, but it all seems to be too interactive which
> MyShell can't do.
I've never used the MyShell php shell emulator so I can't be of much help
there. Is MyShell running over an SSL connection? If not, then it's as
weak as telnet.
>> Storing your secret key on the web host is not a good idea
> I can't see that there's any other way to do it!
Unless you are *decrypting* or *signing* on the webhost, you don't need the
secret key on the webhost, only the public key.
Importing a public key shouldn't require any interactivity so the php shell
app should work.
Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xD654075A | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp
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