Write OpenPGP compatible-encrypted files like it ain't no thang. Symmetric ciphers only.
Use it by itself:
from encryptedfile import EncryptedFile f = EncryptedFile("hello.gpg", passphrase=getpass.getpass(), encryption_algo=EncryptedFile.ALGO_AES256) f.write("super secret message") f.close()
Or with something passed through it:
from encryptedfile import EncryptedFile import PIL img = ... # obtain image somehow f = EncryptedFile("pic.png.gpg", passphrase=getpass.getpass(), encryption_algo=EncryptedFile.ALGO_BLOWFISH) img.save(f, "png")
Or use it in a PEP-343 block:
from encryptedfile import EncryptedFile with EncryptedFile("txt.gpg", passphrase=getpass.getpass()) as f: ... use f ...
Let's say we're using gpg:
Supply the right passphrase, and tada!
- Do you support reading?
No, reading would mean supporting the bajillion ways that OpenPGP files have been created throughout history. That would be a pain. I may at some point in time support reading well enough to be able to read whatever written by this module.
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