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Posted 04-01-2009 at 03:26 PM by uinseann

I never thought I would like using the command line; But, I tried ccrypt and I couldn't believe how easy it is to use. Say I had a file called "me.txt" in my documents folder. I open a terminal, navigate to my documents folder (I always type "ls" to list whats in there, because then I can copy and paste), I then just enter "ccrypt --encrypt me.txt" It asks for a password which I create,it asks again, then thats it; me.txt.cpt.

To decrypt it's just the same except use "decypt".
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