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Need to encrypt something from the command line? I've used this before to encrypt passwords with a master password that was shared amongst a team.
~$ echo -n 'jA0EAwMCPdknsznAww5gySL1/quqhXg6QgQkIz5abzGP5EZgTbXCFU+y6dP8ySWovytc' | base64 --decode | gpg --decrypt
gpg: CAST5 encrypted data
Enter passphrase: secret
gpg: encrypted with 1 passphrase
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