recording and retrieving "secrets" into gpg files

Arbiel (gmx) arbiel.perlacremaz at
Fri Sep 30 15:56:08 CEST 2016


Thank you Andrew.

In the material I've been ready lately, all examples are written in a
programming language and I only have abilities in bash scripting.

Can somebody, please, direct me toward a url where they provide bash
scripting examples.


Le 28/09/2016 à 15:25, Andrew Gallagher a écrit :
> On 28/09/16 12:44, Arbiel (gmx) wrote:
>> Hi
>> Seahorse (distributed within Ubuntu) allows for the storing and
>> retrieving of "secrets", as passwords, into what I understand to be
>> gpg keyrings, or at the least, files.
> Seahorse stores passwords in the Gnome keyring, which is not related to
> PGP -- it uses symmetric encryption based on an iterative password
> hash. Try the docs for "gnome-keyring"?
> A
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