I've got a CGI perl script, gpigeon, allowing me to create and send links to people who doesn't know GPG to send me encrypted messages.
It has been downloadable from my main page for months now but I wasn't satisfied with code readability: if someone would want to setup the script, the data to fill in was all over the place.
It's the reason why I created an installer! I will show as well what the script can do in this blogpost.
Down below is a basic HTML page used for logging in.
A simple webpage with a form and an input field with
name="password", a submit button with the
pointing to the relative CGI script path will do the trick.
The live version is here:
Once logged in with the chosen password during setup we will land there.
The style is customizable through editing the
Notice that I just generated a link and he showed up in the currently
available links table located down in the page. So, what it looks like when
you click the link ? Like that:
In my mailbox I will get this (note that I already decrypted the message
hence the 'Message PGP déchiffré avec succès' notification at the bottom left):
There's something important to know: once the mail is sent, the form (link)
self-destructs. It avoids you getting spammed if someone finds or shares the
link and as well to know who wants to send you encrypted mails.
Here's some screenshots:
When you delete a link successfully, there's a green message notifying it
right below the
That's all for now. If you got questions relating to this CGI script, don't hesitate asking it by sending me a mail!