TXTcrypt
TXTcrypt 1.4.2
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General purpose text encryption utility.   Free
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TXTcrypt is a general purpose text encryption application for sms/email/notes etc. focused on ease of use and interoperability between mobile and desktop versions.

With TXTcrypt just enter your message and a password for it , now the encrypted message can only be decoded with that password , just tell it to someone , and send them message encrypted with it , they can use TXTcrypt to decode it.

TXTcrypt works with any character set being unicode compliant , the encryption used is as strong as encryption export regulations allow , not military grade but namely RC4 with
What's New
Version 1.4.2:
  • Cosmetic improvements
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later



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Runtime rated on 12 Apr 2013

[Version 1.4.2]


Downloads:1,195
Version Downloads:613
Type:Utilities : Security
License:Free
Date:02 May 2012
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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TXTcrypt is a general purpose text encryption application for sms/email/notes etc. focused on ease of use and interoperability between mobile and desktop versions.

With TXTcrypt just enter your message and a password for it , now the encrypted message can only be decoded with that password , just tell it to someone , and send them message encrypted with it , they can use TXTcrypt to decode it.

TXTcrypt works with any character set being unicode compliant , the encryption used is as strong as encryption export regulations allow , not military grade but namely RC4 with keys as big as 64bit depending on the length of your password as such providing a decent amount of security.


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