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Have any use for a symmetric encryption (GUI) app?

Discussion in 'General Linux' started by ryran, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. ryran

    ryran Guest

    I just put the finishing touches (i.e., the last feature I wanted before 1.0) on an "app" of sorts I've been developing. It's a simple script that--thanks to zenity--acts as a gui frontend for GPG, GPG2, or OpenSSL, with the goal being to make symmetric encryption more accessible. (Please no flames--we all know public-key encryption is best, but sometimes it's not what you need.)

    Here's a taste:

    This page says tells it all: https://github.com/ryran/a7crypt
    OR here's a direct-download of the script: https://raw.github.com/ryran/a7crypt/master/a7crypt
    I'd love to get any feedback at all.

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