[CentOS] Off-topic: Howto decrypt OpenSSL file in Win32 environment

Jordi Espasa Clofent jordi.listas at yahoo.es
Fri Mar 2 08:13:33 UTC 2007


Hi all,

I supose the subject is descriptive enough. In a CentOS server I do the
next to make the daily backups:
tar cfv - dir_data/ | openssl enc -e -salt -aes256 -pass pass:$PASSWORD
-out backup_file.bin

So I get an well-encrypted and tared file.

If I want to decrypt and the file is easy in Unix/Linux environment:
openssl enc -d -aes256 -in backup_file.bin | tar xfv - -C dir_what_you_want/

But the problem I currently have is I don't know how to make it in Win
environment.

?¿?


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