How to give the keywork from command line.
Mario Castelán Castro
mariocastelancastro at gmail.com
Tue Mar 2 01:01:21 CET 2010
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February 27th 2010 in gnupg-users at gnupg.org thread "Hot to give the
keyword from the command line"
>Also, if you encrypt to a key, you shouldn't need to provide a
>passphrase at all, unless you need to sign the file too. I get
>nervous about passphrases in batch files...
I'm using the symetric AES, so I need a keyword.
>Indeed. If you have to encode a passphrase in a batch file or other
>piece of code that calls GPG, it's worth asking yourself why you have
>a passphrase there at all. You might want to just remove the
No, because the backups are stored on my USB memory stick, and they
are easy to loose, plus I often forget things, so with the password
there should't be a risk if I lose the memory stick.
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