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age e’ uma ferramenta simples, moderna e segura para cryptografar seus arquivos.

Ele usa chaves privadas e publicas para encryptar arquivos. Voce pode gerar uma chave “age” mesmo, ou usar a sua chave ssh1.


No nosso querido OpenBSD…

pkg_add age

Encryptar com chave publica

Para encryptar um arquivo…

age -e -R ~/.ssh/ -o target-file input-file


  • -e: argumento para encryptar
  • -R: argumento para indicar o caminho da chave publica, que sera' usada para cryptar o arquivo
  • -o: argumento para indicar o arquivo de output


age -e

Aqui voce pode ver que o conteudo do arquivo gerado (secret.txt) esta’ cryptografado.

Descryptar usando chave privada ssh

Para descryptar usando a sua chave privada…

age -d -i ~/.ssh/id_ed25519 input-file > output-file


  • -d: argumento para descryptar
  • -i: argumento para indicar a chave privada



  1. Caso voce nao tenha ainda chave ssh, esse post talvez te ajude. ↩︎

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