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i used this command to decrypt my file

gpg -d myfile.gpg

it asked me for passphrase when i entered it showed me the content of the file

now when i run the command again it did not ask me the passphrase and directly decrypted the file

how can i reduce the passphrase remember time.

Thanks

Is there any way to do this through command line or every from a software.

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With --no-use-agent you are always asked for a passphrase:

gpg --no-use-agent -d myfile.gpg
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c_korn Man you rock !!! – Iori Feb 17 '13 at 12:45

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