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PGP Encryption in Unix

Posted on 2013-06-20
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Hi All,
 I have a small question regarding on scripting PGP encryption in Unix.I am new to this community.I have a file which has to get PGP digital signature before placing the file in a folder for the batch jobs to pick the file and place it in a destination directory.

The OS I am using in Unix .And they told me they are trying to get PGP license and the setup to the server so that I could the use them for the scripting.

Gettting a file digital signature with PGP and Getting a file encrypted with PGP are they both different concepts?

Appreciate your help on this,
Thanks and Regards,
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You will gpg for this purpose.

Here are directions:

http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2013/04/gnupg-digital-signatures/
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