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TextCrypt

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Works With Distributions
  • openSUSE
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Enterprise Linux
  • Ubuntu
Earliest Compatible Linux Kernel
GTK+ 2.8
Specifications
GTK+ 2.8 (or higher), glibc-2.4, CUPS (Common Unix Printing System), and libstdc++.so.6
Book Description
TextCrypt is a cross-platform security product that allows the user to encrypt messages and protect their privacy. No matter what operating system you choose, TextCrypt keeps your information safe and secure. TextCrypt uses the industry standard Rijndael AES-128 encryption algorithm to protect your valuable information and then utilizes Base64 encoding to make it easier for copying and pasting.  All you have to do is enter your password and your message. TextCrypt™ will encrypt your message making it safer for posting on Facebook, email, or instant messages. Only the correct password will unlock your secret. Don't let your government, your spouse, your friends, or your employer invade your right to privacy.   • Industry standard AES-128 encryption. • Cross-platform application for Apple Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux users. • Automatic copying of encrypted data to the clipboard. • Simple user-interface. • Fast on-the-fly encryption as you go. Ancient Romans hung roses above their meetings to indicate that things should stay sub rosa. Keep your information sub rosa by downloading SubRosaSoft's TextCrypt.
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