Secure your file on cloud

Keeping important files like authentication details or server etc , its very sensitive information, so be careful with it.

Its good to have your encrypted file on cloud, whenever any disaster happens you are able to recover your fileĀ 

Passphrase-based encryption using GPG:

GPG (GNU Privacy Guard) is a free and open-source software suite used for encrypting, decrypting, and signing data. It is a widely used tool for securing communications and files. GPG is compatible with the OpenPGP standard, which provides a framework for encrypting and digitally signing data.

Linux (Debian/Ubuntu):

sudo apt-getupdate sudo apt-get install gnupg

macOS (Homebrew):

brew install gnupg

Encryption with Passphrase

gpg --symmetric --cipher-algo AES256 your_file.txt

After running this command, GPG will prompt you to enter a passphrase. This passphrase will be used to encrypt and later decrypt the file.

gpg --symmetric --cipher-algo AES256 -o encrypted_file.txt.gpg your_file.txt

Decryption with Passphrase

gpg --decrypt your_file.txt.gpg

The decrypted content will be displayed directly in your terminal,
and GPG won't create or save any files.

If you want to save the decrypted content to a file,
you need to use the -o option to specify the output filename:

gpg --decrypt -o decrypted_file.txt your_file.txt.gpg

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