Command line interface to OpenSSL with Python3
This tool is a command line interface to OpenSSL, written with Python3. It permits encrypting/decrypting files, as well as generating RSA keys, encrypting private RSA keys, signing files using an RSA key, and also verifying signatures using RSA.
Before running this tool, the following dependency must be installed, as well as being on the path:
Usually, this dependency exists by default in most of the supported platforms(see below). In case it doesn’t, try consulting the official [OpenSSL documentation](https://www.openssl.org/docs/); or consult your operating system’ documentation on how to install new software.
To launch openssl-python tool, just download the source code, and run the following command: ` python3 main.py ` Or alternatively, if python is in the path, run the following commands: ` chmod +x main.py ./main.py `
## Platform support
This tool was initially developed and tested on Linux systems, so it does also support Unix-like systems: BSDs, Mac OS… Windows support though is not guaranteed.
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