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I have requirement to send password protected excel file in an email from unix/linux box without zipping it. Any help would be appreciated.
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I need to encrypt the Db passwords which are stored in a configuration file (.txt) as below:
this is test line
This is test line 2
I want to encrypt all the password fields (identified by "pwd"), encrypt them in the same... (3 Replies)
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I want to give my long scripts to customer. The customer must not be able to read the scripts even if he has the password. The following command locks and unlocks the script but the set +x is simply ignored.
read -p 'Script: ' S && C=$S.crypt H='eval "$((dd if=$0 bs=1 skip=//|gpg... (7 Replies)
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I want to make Excel files password protected present in my Unix directory. I have a application which will basically invoke a shell script with a parameter passed. The purpose of shell script would be to pop up a box to enter password. This password will be validated against database entry... (1 Reply)
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I need your help once again.
I have 77 “password protected” winzip files in linux/unix server. I want to decrypt it through an automated script. Password of every file is same and it is mhd*tt.
Please help me.
Usually I unzip it as follows, manually one by one.
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I need to convert a password protected excel file which will be in UNIX server to a comma separated file. For this I need to open the excel file in UNIX box but the UNIX box doesn't prompt for password instead it is opened in an encrypted manner.
I could manually ftp the excel file to local... (2 Replies)
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I want to make my script password protected.
i e: if somebody runs my script it should prompt for password.
Can somebody help me in to execute the same??
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Can it be done? Ive read in a few places that the crypt program no longer exists on AIX...if its do-able please tell me how. (2 Replies)
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I am trying to print from HP unix machine to a Toshiba printer which is password protected. How can I print?
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We currently take files (via FTP) off of a mainframe and save them as a text file on our server. This is done via a script. The next thing that is done to that text file is it gets zipped (using ZIP). This all works fine, but it doesn't appear that ZIP (the free version) has any way to password... (2 Replies)
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