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From: mhoye at neon.polkaroo.net (Mike Hoye)
Subject: Q: Linux Command Line Encryption

On Mon, Oct 25, 2004 at 08:33:41AM -0700, Denis Dimick wrote:
> Use GPG and keychain to store the key.

I've written a little widget that lets you "encrypt" a file using
another file as the "key"; I put those things in quotes because 
it's a dumb little thing that does a quick-and-simple xor of the
first file against the other. I realize that this is barely 
something you'd call encryption, but it might fill your needs.

It's called xork and it comes with no warranty whatsoever. 

http://off.net/~mhoye/xork/

If anyone who is smarter than I am would like to suggest anything,
I'd be glad to hear it.

- Mike Hoye

-- 
Whenever I hear the question "Did you reboot?", I think of frat guys
in college saying "Didja fuck her?" - Scot Kurruk


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