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Linux Encrypted Store API?

Anybody know a quick/easy way to store private data (e.g. a password) on Linux *without* having the application store a separate private key? That is, on Windows, one can use CryptProtectData() which uses the currently-logged-on user's credentials (and presumably other information) to encrypt data for storage and retrieval. Anything like that on Linux?
Mar 10 '08 #1
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