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aespipe can be used for non-destructive in-place encryption of existing disk partitions for use with the loop-AES encrypted loopback kernel module.
It can also be used as an encryption filter to create and restore encrypted tar/cpio backup archives and to read/write and convert loop-AES compatible encrypted images.
Note that aespipe does not store any length information with the encrypted images, so it cannot be used as general purpose filter for encryption, but only for certain formats like tar.
Written by Jari Ruusu <firstname.lastname@example.org>, October 28 2008 Copyright 2002-2008 by Jari Ruusu. Redistribution of this file is permitted under the GNU Public License. Table of Contents ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. General information 2. How to compile aespipe program 3. Examples 3.1. Example 1 - Encrypted archive with seeded and iterated key setup 3.2. Example 2 - Encrypted archi more»
AESPIPE(1) COMMANDS AESPIPE(1) NAME aespipe - AES encrypting or decrypting pipe SYNOPSIS aespipe [options] <inputfile >outputfile DESCRIPTION aespipe reads from standard input and writes to standard out‐ put. It can be used to create and restore encrypted tar or cpio archives. It can be used to encrypt and decrypt l more»
aespipe (2.3e-2) unstable; urgency=low * Note the limited use for formats other than uncompressed tar and cpio because of the use of full 128-bit blocks w/o length. (closes: #430687) -- Max Vozeler <email@example.com> Sun, 19 Jul 2009 20:22:26 +0200 aespipe (2.3e-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream version * Update to debhelper level 7 * Replace dh_clean -k with dh_prep * more»
aespipe-v1.0b May 14 2002 - First release to public aespipe-v2.0a October 18 2002 - more»
This package was debianized by Max Vozeler <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Fri, 10 Oct 2003 03:11:37 +0200. more»