ecryptfs-find man page

ecryptfs-find — use inode numbers to match encrypted/decrypted filenames


ecryptfs-find cleartext-filename ecryptfs-find ECRYPTFS_FNEK_ENCRYPTED.fwBGx18a.UcYl18CF7VKLMSDuEadV


This program will attempt to match encrypted filenames to their decrypted counterpart, and attempt to match decrypted filenames to their encrypted counterpart.

- the eCryptfs filesystem must be mounted in order to work
- it uses ls(1) in order to determine the inode
- it uses find(1) in order to locate the inode

See Also

find(1), ls(1)



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