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Key pair options

Recovering your public key

If you've lost/forgotten your public key, Kryptor can regenerate it for you from your private key. The public key string will be displayed, and a .public key file will be created if one doesn't exist in the same directory as the specified .private key file.
Here's an example:
$ kryptor -r -x:"C:\Users\samuel-lucas6\.kryptor\signing.private"
Enter your private key passphrase:
Decrypting private key...
Public key: Ed//L2CzmImpu9UA6HFjllemS4TVaE84PdTTrTNc5i6gxFU=
Public key file: "C:\Users\samuel-lucas6\.kryptor\signing.public"

Changing your private key passphrase

Kryptor will re-encrypt your private key using a new passphrase, overwriting the previous encrypted private key file.
Here's an example:
$ kryptor -m -x:"C:\Users\samuel-lucas6\.kryptor\encryption.private"
Enter your private key passphrase:
Decrypting private key...
Enter a passphrase (leave empty for a random one):
Retype passphrase:
Deriving encryption key from passphrase...
Passphrase changed successfully.
Last modified 9mo ago