Commands tagged GnuPG (1)

  • The subject in a gpg mail isn't encrypted. For people without imagination this often becomes a drama. Requirement: 1. Install polygen sudo apt-get install polygen 2. Download "Bastard Operator From Hell Excuses" dictionary: cd ~/.icedove/xxxxxxx.default/ && wget http://www.polygen.org/polygen/source/ita/bofh.grm Show Sample Output


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    icedove --compose subject=$(polygen ~/.icedove/xxxxxxx.default/bofh.grm)
    vinc3nt · 2013-10-08 16:29:16 2

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