Commands tagged mcrypt (1)

  • This function will encrypt a bash script and will only execute it after providing the passphrase. Requires mcrypt to be installed on the system. Show Sample Output


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    scrypt(){ [ -n "$1" ]&&{ echo '. <(echo "$(tail -n+2 $0|base64 -d|mcrypt -dq)"); exit;'>$1.scrypt;cat $1|mcrypt|base64 >>$1.scrypt;chmod +x $1.scrypt;};}
    rodolfoap · 2017-06-14 16:27:20 2

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