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Encrypt and decrypt files and plaintext using PGP or X509 certificates
For documentation on all available commands, see the OneCloud Encryption BizApp Command Reference.
|PGP Public Key File||TextField||PGP Public Key File. This is only required if you are encrypting files or text using PGP.|
|PGP Private Key File||TextField||PGP Private Key File. This is only required if you are decrypting files or text using PGP. If the key includes a password, you must include it in the PGP Private Key Password field|
|PGP Private Key Password||TextField||Password to your accompanying PGP Private Key. Leave this field blank if your PGP Private Key was not created with a password|
|X509 Public Key File||TextField||X509 Public Key File. This is only required if you are using an X509 certificate to encrypt a file or text|
|X509 Private Key File||TextField||X509 Private Key File. This is only required if you are decrypting files or text that were encrypted with an X509 certificate|
|X509 Private Key Password||TextField||If your X509 Private Key was created with a password, enter it here. If not, you may leave this field blank.|
Updated 7 months ago