Summary: Windows GUI recommendation for USB disk
blueness at gmx.net
Thu Nov 2 15:27:48 CET 2006
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Was Wed, 1 Nov 2006, at 20:43:19 -0800 (PST),
when Robert Eden wrote:
> My tool prompts the user for a pass-phrase (twice), places some
> simple restrictions on the pass-phrase (10 characters, 3 words), and
> opens up a dialog box. The user then drags files/directories using
> explorer to the dialog box, which lists the files and starts gpg to
> encrypt them. (runs two encryption threads at once). Files are stored
> in the same directory as the executable.
> If someone wants a copy let me know and I'll look into releasing it.
I'd like to see it and try out, Robert.
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