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       Crypt::GPG - An Object Oriented Interface to GnuPG.

        $Revision: 1.52 $
        $Date: 2005/02/23 09:12:54 $

         use Crypt::GPG;
         my $gpg = new Crypt::GPG;

         $gpg->gpgbin('/usr/bin/gpg');      # The GnuPG executable.
         $gpg->secretkey('0x2B59D29E');     # Set ID of default secret key.
         $gpg->passphrase('just testing');  # Set passphrase.

         # Sign a message:

         my $sign = $gpg->sign('testing again');

         # Encrypt a message:

         my @encrypted = $gpg->encrypt ('top secret', 'test AT bar.com');

         # Get message info:

         my @recipients = $gpg->msginfo($encrypted);

         # Decrypt a message.

         my ($plaintext, $signature) = $gpg->verify($encrypted);

         # Key generation:

         $status = $gpg->keygen
           ('Test', 'test AT foo.com', 'ELG-E', 2048, 0, 'test passphrase');
         print while (<$status>); close $status;

         # Key database manipulation:

         $gpg->addkey($key, @ids);
         @keys = $gpg->keydb(@ids);

         # Key manipulation:

         $key = $keys[0];

         $gpg->keypass($key, $oldpassphrase, $newpassphrase);
         $keystring = $gpg->export($key);

       The Crypt::GPG module provides access to the functionality of the GnuPG (www.gnupg.org)
       encryption tool through an object oriented interface.

       It provides methods for encryption, decryption, signing, signature verification, key gen‐
       eration, key certification, export and import. Key-server access is on the todo list.

       This release of the module may create compatibility issues with previous versions. If you
       find any such problems, or any bugs or documentation errors, please do report them to
       crypt-gpg at neomailbox.com.

         Creates and returns a new Crypt::GPG object.

         Sets the GPGBIN instance variable which gives the path to the GnuPG binary.

         Sets the GPGOPTS instance variable which may be used to pass additional options to the
         GnuPG binary. For proper functioning of this module, it is advisable to always include
         '--lock-multiple' in the GPGOPTS string.

         Sets the DELAY instance variable. This is no longer necessary (nor used) in the current
         version of the module, but remains so existing scripts don't break.

         Sets the SECRETKEY instance variable which may be a KeyID or a username. This is the ID
         of the default key to use for signing.

         Sets the PASSPHRASE instance variable, required for signing and decryption.

         Sets the TEXT instance variable. If set true, GnuPG will use network-compatible line
         endings for proper cross-platform compatibility and the plaintext will gain a newline at
         the end, if it does not already have one.

         Sets the ARMOR instance variable, controlling the ASCII armoring of output. The default
         is to use ascii-armoring. The module has not been tested with this option turned off,
         and most likely will not work if you switch this off.

         Sets the DETACH instance variable. If set true, the sign method will produce detached
         signature certificates, else it won't. The default is to produce detached signatures.

         Sets the ENCRYPTSAFE instance variable. If set true, encryption will fail if trying to
         encrypt to a key which is not trusted. This is the default. Turn this off if you want to
         encrypt to untrusted keys.

         Sets the DEBUG instance variable which causes the raw output of Crypt::GPG's interaction
         with the GnuPG binary to be dumped to STDOUT. By default, debugging is off.

         Signs @message with the secret key specified with secretkey() and returns the result as
         a string.

       decrypt(\@message, [\@signature])
         This is just an alias for verify()

       verify(\@message, [\@signature])
         Decrypts and/or verifies the message in @message, optionally using the detached signa‐
         ture in @signature, and returns a list whose first element is plaintext message as a
         string. If the message was signed, a Crypt::GPG::Signature object is returned as the
         second element of the list.

         The Crypt::GPG::Signature object can be queried with the following methods:

            $sig->validity();    # 'GOOD', 'BAD', or 'UNKNOWN'
            $sig->keyid();       # ID of signing key
            $sig->time();        # Time the signature was made
            $sig->trusted();     # Signature trust level

         Returns a list of the recipient key IDs that @ciphertext is encrypted to.

       encrypt($plaintext, $keylist, [-sign] )
         Encrypts $plaintext with the public keys of the recipients listed in $keylist and
         returns the result in a string, or undef if there was an error while processing. Returns
         undef if any of the keys are not found.

         Either $plaintext or $keylist may be specified as either an arrayref or a simple scalar.

         If $plaintext is a an arrayref, it will be join()ed without newlines.

         If you want to encrypt to multiple recipients, you must use the arrayref version of
         $keylist. A scalar $keylist works for only a single key ID.

         If the -sign option is provided, the message will be signed before encryption. The
         secret key and passphrase must be set for signing to work. They can be set with the
         secretkey() and passphrase() methods.

       addkey($key, $pretend, @keyids)
         Adds the keys given in $key to the user's key ring and returns a list of Crypt::GPG::Key
         objects corresponding to the keys that were added. $key may be a string or an array ref‐

         If $pretend is true, it pretends to add the key and creates the key object, but doesn't
         actually perform the key addition.

         Optionally, a list of key IDs may be specified. If a list of key IDs is specified, only
         keys that match those IDs will be imported. The rest will be ignored.

         Exports the key specified by the Crypt::GPG::Key object $key and returns the result as a

       keygen($name, $email, $keytype, $keysize, $expire, $passphrase)
         Creates a new keypair with the parameters specified. The only supported $keytype cur‐
         rently is 'ELG-E'. $keysize can be any of 1024, 2048, 3072 or 4096. Returns undef if
         there was an error, otherwise returns a filehandle that reports the progress of the key
         generation process similar to the way GnuPG does. The key generation is not complete
         till you read an EOF from the returned filehandle.

       certify($keyid, $local, @uids)
         Certifies to the authenticity of UIDs of the key with ID $keyid. If $local is true, the
         certification will be non-exportable. The @uids parameter should contain the list of
         UIDs to certify (the first UID of a key is 0).

         Returns an array of Crypt::GPG::Key objects corresponding to the Key IDs listed in
         @keyids. This method used to be called keyinfo and that is still an alias to this

         Parses a raw GnuPG formatted key listing in @keylist and returns an array of
         Crypt::GPG::Key objects.

       keypass($key, $oldpass, $newpass)
         Change the passphrase for a key. Returns true if the passphrase change succeeded, false
         if not, or undef if there was an error.

         Deletes the key specified by the Crypt::GPG::Key object $key from the user's key ring.
         Returns undef if there was an error, or 1 if the key was successfully deleted.

         Disables the key specified by the Crypt::GPG::Key object $key.

         Enables the key specified by the Crypt::GPG::Key object $key.

         Documentation coming soon.

         Documentation coming soon.

       · Key server access.

       · More complete key manipulation interface.

       · Filehandle interface to handle large messages.

       · Error checking needs work.

       · Some key manipulation functions are missing.

       · The method call interface is subject to change in future versions.

       · The current implementation will probably eat up all your RAM if you try to operate on
         huge messages. In future versions, this will be addressed by reading from and returning
         filehandles, rather than using in-core data.

       · Methods may break if you don't use ASCII armoring.

         $Log: GPG.pm,v $ Revision 1.52  2005/02/23 09:12:54  cvs

          - Overhauled to use IPC::Run instead of Expect.

          - Test suite split up into multiple scripts.

         Revision 1.42  2002/12/11 03:33:19  cvs

          - Fixed bug in certify() when trying to certify revoked a key.

          - Applied dharris\x40drh.net's patch to allow for varying date formats
            between gpg versions, and fix time parsing and the
            Crypt::GPG::Signature autoloaded accessor functions.

         Revision 1.40  2002/09/23 23:01:53  cvs

          - Fixed a bug in keypass()

          - Documentation fixes.

         Revision 1.37  2002/09/21 02:37:49  cvs

          - Fixed signing option in encrypt.

         Revision 1.36  2002/09/21 00:03:29  cvs

          - Added many tests and fixed a bunch of bugs.

         Revision 1.34  2002/09/20 19:07:11  cvs

          - Extensively modified formatting to make the code easier to
            read. All lines are now < 80 chars.

          - Removed all instances of invoking a shell.

          - Misc. other stuff.

         Revision 1.31  2002/09/20 16:38:45  cvs

          - Cleaned up export and addkey. Fixed(?) addkey clobbering trustdb
            problem (thanks to jrray\x40spacemeat.com for the patch). Added
            support for signature verification on addkey pretend.

          - No calls to POSIX::tmpnam remain (thanks to radek\x40karnet.pl and
            jrray\x40spacemeat.com for suggesting File::Temp).

         Revision 1.30  2002/09/20 15:25:47  cvs

          - Fixed up tempfile handling and eliminated calls to the shell in
            encrypt(), sign() and msginfo(). Passing all currently defined

          - Hopefully also fixed signing during encryption and verification of
            detached signatures. Not tested this yet.

         Revision 1.29  2002/09/20 11:19:02  cvs

          - Removed hack to Version: string. Only the Comment: string in GPG
            output is now modified by Crypt::GPG. (Thanks to
            eisen\x40schlund.de for pointing out the bug here)

          - Removed code that incorrectly replaced 'PGP MESSAGE' with 'PGP
            SIGNATURE' on detached signatures. (Thanks to ddcc\x40mit.edu for
            pointing this out).

          - Fixed up addkey() to properly handle pretend mode and to
            selectively import only requested key IDs from a key block.

          - parsekeys() now also figures out which keyring a key belongs to.

          - Added certify() method, to enable certifying keys.

          - Added Crypt::GPG::Signature methods - validity(), keyid(), time()
            and trusted().

       Crypt::GPG is Copyright (c) 2000-2005 Ashish Gulhati <crypt-gpg at neomailbox.com>. All
       Rights Reserved.

       Thanks to Barkha, my sunshine. And to the GnuPG team and everyone who writes free soft‐

       This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms
       as Perl itself.

       Are very welcome. Email crypt-gpg at neomailbox.com.

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