gpg decrypt several files

gpg --allow-multiple-messages --decrypt-files *
Change directory (cd) to the directory where all your encrypted files are placed, and then run the command - then you are asked to insert your secret gpg password - ubuntu 8.04

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By: bkn390
2009-09-20 11:50:41
gpg

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