I am talking about pipes, idk what OS your using but you want to pipe in the pattern (aka "-f -") so you don't know, then the output can be sent to a file which ANOTHER program would encrypt and using /dev/random you can get a seed to create a random string to make the password, but how do we know your legit, you are just a JR memeber and, scams are on the raise
so it be in your best interest to look into protecting the user and yourself.
You don't know I'm legit, that's my major concern because I obviously haven't proved myself. I only have three successful trades and to all intents and purposes they are microtransactions.
If I'm understanding you right, basically you're talking about a script to run something like:
1. Decrypt your input pattern file with a key
2. Pass your decrypted input pattern to oclvanitygen and output to a file (./oclvanitygen -f yourfile -o newfile)
3. Encrypt 'newfile' with a password I don't know, and e-mail you newfile and the password
4. Delete newfile and yourfile from my local file system
What I'm saying is, even if I do that, the customer has to believe
that I am doing that. There's no way I can prove that I'm not just taking the output, manually encrypting it and sending them the encrypted file. This does create a better security mechanism which makes it probably worth trying (I might try to script this on perl over CGI so that the user can order vanity addresses online), but doesn't remove the trust issue.
I'll take a look, might give me some ideas but I'm not an OpenCL programmer so if it requires the development of new programs, the most I'll be able to do is offer a bounty on it.