- Decrypt text after a keystroke:
echo "Hello, World!" | nms
- Decrypt output immediately, without waiting for a keystroke:
ls -la | nms -a
- Decrypt the content of a file, with a custom output color:
cat path/to/file | nms -a -f blue|white|yellow|black|magenta|green|red
- Clear the screen before decrypting:
command | nms -a -c
sets the auto-decrypt flag, decryption sequence starts without requiring a key press.
clear the screen prior to printing any output
display version info
set the foreground color of the decrypted text to the color specified. Valid options are white, yellow, black, magenta, blue (default), green, or red.
This command works on piped data. Pipe any ASCII or UTF-8 text to nms, and it will apply the hollywood effect, seen on screen in the 1992 hacker movie Sneakers.
Initially showing encrypted data, then starting a decryption sequence to reveal the original plaintext characters.
Brian Barto ( https://github.com/bartobri )
nms is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.