encryption/decryption without files

Kristian Fiskerstrand kristian.fiskerstrand at sumptuouscapital.com
Thu Sep 13 18:34:01 CEST 2012

On 09/13/2012 06:22 PM, Kristian Fiskerstrand wrote:
> On 09/13/2012 05:47 PM, vedaal at nym.hush.com wrote:
>> The discussion about 'safe' text editors brings about an 
>> interesting question:
>> Is an editor needed at all?
> ...
>> Is there any limitation to the size of such a text message that 
>> gnupg can handle when done this way, (or any other problems)?
> In this particular case you'd display the plaintext in the command line
> as well as storing it in the history (e.g. bash) . 

Apparently only half-awake here, this should of course be amended to
include that since the plaintext is shown in the command line it is also
available to other users on the system in a process list (e.g. ps)

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