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PGPeasy Lemon Squeezy!
PGPeasy is intended to become your next OpenPGP multi-tool. It provides an easy interface for all sorts of operations, such as generating and discovering keys, encrypting and decrypting messages, managing certificates...
Why another CLI?
pgpainless-cli, this application is not limited to the SOP specification, so it is possible to extend it with additional behavior and more powerful features.
A good example for a feature that will get added at some point is support for password protected keys.
The application aims to be pretty self-explanatory. If you are not about a certain subcommand, just execute
pgpeasy help <subcommand>.
$ pgpeasy help Usage: pgpeasy [COMMAND] Commands: encrypt Encrypt a message from standard input decrypt Decrypt a message from standard input sign Create a detached signature on the data from standard input verify Verify a detached signature over the data from standard input armor Add ASCII Armor to standard input dearmor Remove ASCII Armor from standard input extract-cert Extract a public key certificate from a secret key from standard input generate-key Generate a secret key sop Stateless OpenPGP Protocol wkd Interact with the Web Key Directory vks Interact with Verifying Key Servers certificate-store Store and manage public OpenPGP certificates wot Interact with the Web of Trust help Displays help information about the specified command
Clone the repository and execute
gradle build in the project directory.
Afterwards you can find archives containing the application in the
Once extracted, you can execute the
pgpeasy script in the