On 2/5/07, Mike Tancsa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Mon, 5 Feb 2007 18:21:18 -0500, in sentex.lists.freebsd.questions you wrote: > >Thanks a lot, Our current backup system is veritas netbackup, and changing >that to entire bacula is best thing for me, > >But the making the decision about switching to bacula was above my pay >grade. I hardly see that happen anytime soon. > >so they wanted me encrypt these files, that is on the backup location >before the netbackup scheduler picks up these files. If you just want to encrypt the files with a password, openssl works well and can be found pretty well on any platform. [cage]% echo "this is a test" | openssl enc -aes-128-cbc -base64 -k pass U2FsdGVkX1+gkWRJo5W7PGBLpilZmlEx3+cKML+32to= [cage]% [cage]% [cage]% echo "U2FsdGVkX1+gkWRJo5W7PGBLpilZmlEx3+cKML+32to=" | openssl aes-128-cbc -d -base64 -k pass this is a test [cage]% But you really want to take a look at /usr/ports/security/gnupg. It seems all a bit confusing at first, but its a much better way to encrypt data and manage who has access to decode files without having to use a common passphrase. It as well will work across multiple platforms Thanks a lot Mike
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