Secure unattended decryption

Grant Olson kgo at
Fri Mar 19 22:25:46 CET 2010

On 3/19/2010 1:17 PM, M.B.Jr. wrote:
>> The encryption key for the databases is stored on-disk, encrypted with PGP
>> (Gnupg specifically).
> Sort of a conceptual remark at this point.
> See, this database password you refer to is a symmetrical one. And you
> stated you keep it on-disk, encrypted with GnuPG.

Apologies Daniel.  That went right over my head.  I didn't realize you
were talking about two separate keys.  I thought you were saying you had
a key that was a gpg key, not that you were encrypting database key X
with gpg key Y.  Ignore pretty much everything I said.

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