How do I use gpg to decrypt encrypted files????
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 23:30:18 CEST 2009
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> But as I said I need to decrypt files that are on my hard disk, not in
> an email....
> I tried this command in a command window:
> gpg -d <asc filename>
I have never encrypted or decrypted from command line, so I can't tell
where was the error...
> And is there no way to use some kind of GUI tool to do this so the
> masses of option codes are automatically used?
Sure, there are several GUIs that can help you. I like a lot GPGShell
(it is not opensource, but it is free -as free beer-), you can download
it from http://www.jumaros.de/rsoft/index.html
Last time I installed it, it required gpg.exe to be in Path windows
global environment variable, otherwise it couldn't locate it.
Another one (which I have not tried) is WinPT. There are more GUIs,
you just need to google...
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