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Gedit. REQUIREMENTS Gedit Gedit plugin – External tools (enabled) A valid gpg key ENABLE GnuPG This will only work if you have enabled GnuPG in your system. GnuPG is an implementation of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), which is a form of public key/private key encryption. Install GnuPG sudo apt-get install gnupg Generate your keys: gpg --gen-key ...


Vi/Vim Just use vim or vi which offers file encryption with blowfish when using -x option. create a file for encryption as follows: vim -x filename.txt Then it will prompt to enter encryption key Enter encryption key: Once a file has been encrypted by Vim once, you never need to use the -x option when opening that file again. Vim will automatically ...


Naturally, you can also do this in emacs. The emacs wiki has a very nice page on this, providing 7 different approaches: EasyPG Assistant Mc-Auto-Encrypt Mc-gpg-file-mode crypt++ and gnupg auto-crypt (patch) ccrypt The simplest would probably be EasyPG Assistant since it is an interface to GnuPG and should work out of the box.


If you like Geany, there's a plugin (sudo apt-get install geany-plugin-pg): GeanyPG is a plugin for Geany that allows the user to encrypt, decrypt and verify signatures with GnuPG. Also: http://plugins.geany.org/geanypg.html


You could try vim with the gnupg.vim plugin, which is for transparent editing of gpg encrypted files. gnupg.vim description: This script implements transparent editing of gpg encrypted files. The filename must have a ".gpg", ".pgp" or ".asc" suffix. When opening such a file the content is decrypted, when opening a new file the script will ask for ...


This happened to me tonight. It happens when you change your user password, but not your encryption passphrase. They are usually in sync. To fix this, simply run: ecryptfs-rewrap-passphrase /home/.ecryptfs/$USER/.ecryptfs/wrapped-passphrase It will prompt you for your old passphrase, then allow you to enter a new one. Then, you will be able to log in ...


You are probably encountering a type of "copy protection" whereby the DVD is filled with up to 98 "fake" titles that contain the movie scenes in the wrong order, with only a single title that is actually the one you want to play. This has nothing to do with encryption or CSS so installing updated libraries or switching distributions probably won't help. It ...

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