Thursday, December 29, 2011

Transmit safely messages like a commander in chief

Believe me or not everything you do over the internet like chatting, posting messages, facebook etc., everything is being watched ! So it turns out I have quite a bit of solution here [:<

There is a very very small program which allows you to encrypt your "text" using the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). You simply open the app, write your text, message or whatever then put a difficult-to-guess password and shit the Encrypt button. In order to decrypt a message you do it exactly the opposite, just paste the encrypted message, insert the password and shit the Decrypt button.



Program Description
Return to the carefree days when encryption tools only took plain text and turned it into a mish-mash of characters. Executable freeware AES (256bit)'s interface is just a two field/two button dialog box. One field is for text to encrypt and the other for the password. The two buttons make it easy to encrypt or decrypt text.

Two fields, two buttons, and no need to read the manual. Paste the text to encrypt, enter a password and immediately see the encrypted text. Decrypting just reverses the easy process.

It's easy to use the program to send quick encrypted messages to friends, and it doesn't them anything to have this freeware application on hand. This is the simplest of tools in terms of features, but that's more than half its beauty. It's small, secure, and effective, and anyone can use it.

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