Encrypt and Decrypt script


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Encrypt and Decrypt script

Dear Experts,

I am using one script name :volume.sh and its written in bash shell script.
I just want to encrypt the script so that any one else cannot see it.
please tell me the commands how to encrypt the script as well as to decrypt it.

Regards,
SHARY
# 2  
Are other people supposed to be able to run it while it's encrypted, if so how is the interpretor going to understand the file?
# 3  
Yes i want that the other people can also run the encrypted script .
But i dont want to show them the code is there is any way out.
# 4  
Out of interest, why?

Is this security through obscurity?

If the interpretor can decode the script to run it, why can't a person?

Start the file as follows

Code:
#!/bin/sh
cat >/dev/null <<EOF
.....
tons of rubbish
....
EOF

then follow that with the working parts all on a single line using the ";" separator.
# 5  
Dear Sir ,

I am totally lost what you have mentioned . I mean i didnt understand the technique to encryt and to run the shell script.

Regards,
SHARY
# 6  
An obscure script....

Code:
#!/bin/sh
cat >/dev/null <<EOF
ssdf
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jhkjh
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jghjghghj
jh
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kjlkjljkkj

jk
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kj
lkj
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kj
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jk
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kjhjkljhklhfjkhfkjhkjhkjhkjh
EOF
first() { echo $1 }; second() { echo $2 }; third() { echo $3 }; ps -ef -o "pid etime comm" | while read PID ETIME COMM; do case "$ETIME" in; *:* ) DAYS=0; HOURS=0; MINUTES=0; SECONDS=0; case "$ETIME" in; *-* ) X=`echo $ETIME | sed y/-/\ /`; DAYS=`first $X`; ETIME=`second $X`; ;; * ) ;; esac; X=`echo $ETIME | sed y/:/\ /`; case "$ETIME" in; *:*:* ) HOURS=`first $X`; MINUTES=`second $X`; SECONDS=`third $X`; ;; *:* ) MINUTES=`first $X`; SECONDS=`second $X` ;; *) ;; esac; HOURS=`echo $HOURS + \( $DAYS \* 24 \) | bc`; MINUTES=`echo $MINUTES + \( 60 \* $HOURS \) | bc`; SECONDS=`echo $SECONDS + \( 60 \* $MINUTES \) | bc`; if test "$SECONDS" -gt "3600"; then echo $PID $COMM; fi ;; * ) ;;esac;done

# 7  
How about
#vi -C somefile

It will ask u for a password while creating it and later while opening it.
Although the encryption might not be strong enough. Please read man vi
for the options.
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