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How do I encrypt a text file in Mac terminal?
Encrypt any file using Terminal. Step #1. Click on Launchpad>Other>Terminal or Click on Go>Utilities>Terminal. Step #2. You need to choose the encryption level whether it's 128-bit or 256-bit Step #3. In my case, I'm using text-file on the desktop, named Personal.rtf
How do I encrypt a file in shell script?
You can save a key to a file by running ./encrypt.sh -g > encryption. key . To encrypt a file use the -e option and specify the {input-file} (file to encrypt) and {output-file} (encrypted file). You can use a -k Key, -p Password, or leave the parameter blank in order to be prompted for a password.
How do I encrypt text on Mac?
Protect your Mac information with encryption In the Finder on your Mac, open a window, then Control-click the item you want to encrypt in the sidebar. Choose Encrypt [item name] from the shortcut menu. Create a password for the disk and click Encrypt Disk.
Is encryption available on Mac?
Apple allows encrypted drives in two varieties. Full-disk encryption (FDE) is a low-effort way to ensure that if someone were to get ahold of one of your drives while unmounted or a Mac while powered down, the contents on the drive would be unusable to them without knowing a password or other encryption information.
Does Linux have encryption?
Most Linux distributions mainly use a one-way encryption algorithm, which is called Data Encryption Standard (DES) for encrypting passwords. These encrypted passwords are then stored typically in /etc/passwd or in /etc/shadow but this is less commonly.
How do I encrypt a text file in Linux?
Encrypt Files using passphase protection One of the easiest ways of encrypting a file on Linux is to use the gpg utility. To encrypt files using a password, use the gpg command with the -c option specifying that you want to use a symmetric encryption for your file.
How do I password protect a text file in Linux?
When you run the command, you will be asked to enter passphrase and confirm it. $ sudo gpg -c /home/user/data. txt Enter passphrase. Repeat passphrase. Now gpg will create an encrypted .
How do I encrypt a text file?
Right-click (or press and hold) a file or folder and select Properties. Select the Advanced button and select the Encrypt contents to secure data check box. Select OK to close the Advanced Attributes window, select Apply, and then select OK.
How do I turn encryption on my Mac?
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Security & Privacy , then click FileVault. If the lock at the bottom left is locked , click it to unlock the preference pane. Click Turn On FileVault. You might be asked to enter your password.