How to encrypt and decrypt anything you might want to edit using Emacs.
- GnuPG – “GNU Privacy Guard” aka. GPG is the de-facto standard tool for cryptography on the command-line and is what almost all Emacs packages use under the hood.
- AutoEncryption – transparently encrypt and decrypt files
- EasyPG – a package that interfaces with GPG
- SimpleSecrets – very easy and relatively safe password management using Emacs
- MailCrypt – a package that plugs encryption, decription, signing, and signature verification into mail and news
- CryptPlusPlus – Automatically work with encrypted and compressed files.
- ccrypt is an encryption utility based on the Rijndael cipher, supplying its own emacs mode for editing encrypted text files, which also handles non-ASCII-encodings.
- AdvancedEncryptionStandard – Implementation of AES in elisp.
- inline-crypt – This package may be useful if you’d just like to encrypt parts of files or buffers, and to have encrypted output in the same line as other unencrypted text.
- openssl-rw – Functions to decrypt and encrypt files using openssl.
- authinfo-copy-password – allows you to copy a password from your