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crypt-xordataexchange - Store and retrieve encrypted configuration parameters

CRYPT-XORDATAEXCHANGE(1) General Commands Manual CRYPT-XORDATAEXCHANGE(1)

NAME

crypt-xordataexchange - Store and retrieve encrypted configuration parameters from etcd or Consul
 

SYNOPSIS

crypt-xordataexchange get [arg...] key
 
crypt-xordataexchange list [arg...] key
 
crypt-xordataexchange set [arg...] key file
 

DESCRIPTION

Fess up. You have passwords and usernames hard coded in your apps. You have IP addresses checked in to your source code repository. You have entire configuration files that were created by the developer who wrote the app and haven't been changed since she typed "git init".
crypt (crypt-xordataexchange) is here to lead you back to the Path of Enlightened Configuration. Store encrypted configuration values in etcd or Consul using a command-line application.
 

COMMANDS

get
retrieve the value of a key
list
retrieve all values under a key
set
set the value of a key
 

OPTIONS

-backend="etcd"
backend provider
-endpoint=""
backend URL
-keyring=".pubring.gpg"
path to armored public keyring (for set only)
-secret-keyring=".secring.gpg"
path to armored secret keyring (for get and list only)
-plaintext=false
don't encrypt or decrypt the values before storage or retrieval
 
Copyright © 2014 XOR Data Exchange, Inc.
 
Distributed under the MIT License.
 

SEE ALSO

Full documentation at: <http://xordataexchange.github.io/crypt/>
 
GitHub: <https://github.com/xordataexchange/crypt>
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