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safe encrypting process?

I'd suggest you use:

 a) an encrypted file system, and
 b) ramdisk for temporary files.


David Kramer <david at> writes:

> The temp files are what's going to kill you.
> What I would do is move the workflow to lisp scripts for emacs.  You type in 
> your stuff, execute the emacs command to encrypt it, and save.  To edit or 
> read it, open it up in emacs and execure the emacs command to decrypt it. 
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