Information on a gpg encrypted file
please.post at publicly.invalid
Fri Oct 19 23:53:30 CEST 2012
I wonder if there is a utility that, when fed a gpg-encrypted-message,
will tell me which key is needed, which compression/cipher/hash was used.
RIMMER: Lister, we'd be fools not to listen to him. When is he ever
wrong? Alright, he may have a head shaped like an inexplicably popular
fishing float but he does operate from a position of total logic and
we'd be fools to ignore his sage council.
KRYTEN:At least let me and Mister Rimmer go in your place. We are after
all merely electronic life forms and therefore expendable.
RIMMER: And what the smeg would you know, bog-bot from hell?
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