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Encrypted keyfile without password

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We needed a keyrings implementation that just worked in headless environments. keyrings.efile encrypts passwords using files stored on the local filesystem (/var/tmp/).

It's not secure if an attacker can read all the files, but at least doesn't store the password as plain text.

The current implemetation has the kerying priority set to 20 to take precedence over the Chainer backend. This may change in future releaeses.

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