Re-design of the original gocryptfs code to work as a library.
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% GOCRYPTFS-XRAY(1)
% github.com/rfjakob
% Jan 2018
NAME
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gocryptfs-xray - examine gocryptfs-related data
SYNOPSIS
========
#### Examine encrypted file/directory
gocryptfs-xray CIPHERDIR/ENCRYPTED-FILE-OR-DIR
#### Decrypt and show master key
gocryptfs-xray -dumpmasterkey CIPHERDIR/gocryptfs.conf
#### Encrypt paths
gocryptfs-xray -encrypt-paths SOCKET
DESCRIPTION
===========
Available options are listed below.
#### -0
Use \\0 instead of \\n as separator for -decrypt-paths and -encrypt-paths.
#### -aessiv
Assume AES-SIV mode instead of AES-GCM when examining an encrypted file.
Is not needed and has no effect in `-dumpmasterkey` mode.
#### -decrypt-paths
Decrypt file paths using gocryptfs control socket. Reads from stdin.
See `-ctlsock` in gocryptfs(1).
#### -dumpmasterkey
Decrypts and shows the master key.
#### -encrypt-paths
Encrypt file paths using gocryptfs control socket. Reads from stdin.
See `-ctlsock` in gocryptfs(1).
EXAMPLES
========
Examine an encrypted file:
gocryptfs-xray myfs/mCXnISiv7nEmyc0glGuhTQ
Print the master key:
gocryptfs-xray -dumpmasterkey myfs/gocryptfs.conf
Mount gocryptfs with control socket and use gocryptfs-xray to
encrypt some paths:
gocryptfs -ctlsock myfs.sock myfs myfs.mnt
echo -e "foo\nbar" | gocryptfs-xray -encrypt-paths myfs.sock
SEE ALSO
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gocryptfs(1) fuse(8)