It seems if you use 'openssl ecparam -genkey' to create a key pair,
you cannot secure the PEM file output. You have to follow with a
second command 'openssl ec' to encrypt the private key with
AES. ...but the first command has already written the key to disk.

Is this an Oops or did I miss something? I tried chaining the two
commands and was unsuccessful.

Thanks, Larry


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