Encryption and Decryption using Terminal

Encryption – openssl enc -aes-256-cbc -e -in “input file” -out “output file”

Decryption – openssl enc -aes-256-cbc -d -in “encrypted file” -out “target file with extension”

My mac version OSX El Capitan

1 comment on Encryption and Decryption using Terminal

  1. I have a problem, my files were encrypted with ADATA's HDD2GO program but the program was closed in the middle of the process, now I have half of my files encrypted and the HDD2GO program does not show my files, the encrypted files tab is disabled, please help me I am desperate, they are family photos and I want to recover them.

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