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[ale] How do you store your passwords?



On Fri November 9 2007 2:10 pm, James Sumners wrote:
> You could store the OS in a disk image and use Qemu to boot it. So,
> you could store the encrypted text file, the disk image, and the
> Windows port of Qemu on the memory stick. That way, whenever you are
> on a machine with GPG installed you can directly read the text file;
> otherwise, you can boot the Linux system with Qemu and then read the
> text file.
>
> Virtual machines to the rescue! :)
>
> On 11/9/07, Nick Ali <nali at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > This is interesting. How would this work though? If I need the
> > passwords to access something on machine Foo, I need to boot off the
> > usb stick, get the password, and then boot back into machine Foo?
> >
> > nick

this is like building a new Fort Knox to store my local passwords...
but seriously is this all command-line STUFF to encrypt/decrypt a file with 
passwords, using your private gpg key?? man gpg doesn't give my much of a 
hint on this..

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Paul Cartwright
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