Commands


Vishal Vyas

Encryption tools

  • gpg – Encrypts data using GNU Privacy Guard.
  • mcrypt – Encrypts the specified file.
  • mimencode – Encodes the specified binary file to on eof the ASCII encoding formats.
  • mpack – Pack a file in MIME format.
  • uuencode – Encodes the specified binary file so that it can be transferred over a medium which does not support non-ASCII characters.

Decryption tools

  • gpg – Decrypts data using GNU Privacy Guard.
  • mdecrypt – Decrypts any file with the .enc suffix, that was encrypted by mcrypt.
  • munpack – unpack messages in MIME or split-uuencode format.
  • uudecode – Decodes the uuencode coded file.
  • uudeview – a powerful decoder for binary files.

5 Responses to “Commands”

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