allout-toggle-subtree-encryption is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `
(allout-toggle-subtree-encryption &optional KEYMODE-CUE)
Encrypt clear text or decrypt encoded topic contents (body and subtopics.)
Entry encryption defaults to symmetric key mode unless keypair
recipients are associated with the file (see
`epa-file-encrypt-to') or the function is invoked with a
(KEYMODE-CUE) universal argument greater than 1.
When encrypting, KEYMODE-CUE universal argument greater than 1
causes prompting for recipients for public-key keypair
encryption. Selecting no recipients results in symmetric key
Further, encrypting with a KEYMODE-CUE universal argument greater
than 4 - eg, preceded by a doubled Ctrl-U - causes association of
the specified recipients with the file, replacing those currently
associated with it. This can be used to dissociate any
recipients with the file, by selecting no recipients in the
Encryption and decryption uses the Emacs 'epg' library.
Encrypted text will be ascii-armored.
See `allout-toggle-current-subtree-encryption' for more details.