auth/aescbc [ -d ] [ -e ] [ -f keyfile ] [ -k key ]
If the secret key is not otherwise supplied, crypt prompts for it on /dev/cons. There is no need to give algorithms when decrypting, because they are taken from the header. The default algorithm is md5/ideacbc. It might be necessary to change that when using crypt for commercial purposes, as noted in keyring-crypt(2).
Aescbc encrypts and decrypts using AES (Rijndael) in cypher block chaining (CBC) mode. It uses input and output formats compatible with Plan 9's aescbc command; it also accepts input in the format used by keyfs(4) and Plan 9's secstore. The -e option causes it to encrypt; the -d option to decrypt. The other options are just as for crypt.
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