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hi

i was wondering if i crypted a file from Solaris
can it be read from BSD or Visa Versa.

crypt<test-file-opened>test-file-locked

crypt<test-file-locked>test-file-opened
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i haven't tried it but i'd say so
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from crypt(1):
Code:
   Warning
     The cryptographic value of enigma is rather small.  This program is only
     provided here for compatibility with other operating systems that also
     provide an implementation (usually called crypt(1) there).  For real
     encryption, refer to bdes(1), openssl(1), pgp(1) (ports/security/pgp), or
     gpg(1) (ports/security/gnupg).  However, restrictions for exporting,
     importing or using such tools might exist in some countries, so those
     stronger programs are not being shipped as part of the operating system
     by default.
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encryption, refer to bdes(1), openssl(1), pgp(1) (ports/security/pgp), or
gpg(1) (ports/security/gnupg)

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