Encryption Pad

Encryption Pad 1.0

Encrypt and decrypt rich text messages using cut and paste

Encryption Pad is a handy, free program only available for Windows, that belongs to the category Security software with subcategory Encryption.

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Encryption Pad is a handy, free program only available for Windows, that belongs to the category Security software with subcategory Encryption.

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It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and former versions, and you can get it in English. The current version of the software is 1.0 and was updated on 3/14/2006.

Since the software was added to our catalog in 2006, it has obtained 547 downloads, and last week it had 0 download.

About the download, Encryption Pad is a pretty light program that doesn't take up as much storage space than the average program in the section Security software.

DF Encryption Pad is a simple (and free) application that lets you encrypt and decrypt rich text messages using cut and paste. DF Encryption Pad uses 256-bit AES encryption with a key that it generates from the 'Pass Phrase' you supply.

Begin by typing a Pass Phrase into the first textbox marked "Pass Phrase". The Pass Phrase is used to generate your encryption key. Longer pass phrases are better and the best pass phrases include intentional misspellings. For example a good pass phrase would be "We never seem t0 have enough $4fun". Pass Phrases are case and punctuation sensitive so remember exactly how your spell it so you can make sure your receipient has the pass phrase exactly as you created it.

Next type your message into the Message box below. You can also cut and paste a message into this box if you're transmitting part of a Word document, etc.

Finally, press the "Encrypt & Copy" button under the message. This will encrypt your message and copy it to the cut & paste buffer. You may now move back to your email message or other program and paste the encrypted message. Note: the receipient will need to know the exact pass phrase you used in order to decrypt your message. Obviously, you should not email or transmit the pass phrase with the encrypted message.

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