R10Cipher for Linux 4.4.1
November 27 2011
R10Cipher basically takes text and encrypts it using up to 128 bit Blowfish encryption. This Cipher Text can then be copied into an email, saved as a file and attached to an email or just copied elsewhere and the recipient can use R10Cipher to open the file and view the encrypted contents, assuming they are in possession of the Shared Key that was used to encrypt the document in the first place.
Many people do not realise that sending an email is the equivalent of sending a postcard, it's contents are easily visible. For many companies, individuals and markets this is totally unacceptable and with the potential complexity and setup issues with the Public Key Encryption systems it makes sense to encrypt using a utility such as this
R10Cipher can also be used in conjunction with R10Vault our 'Data Vault' software that will be available early in 2009. We have added the functionality of R10Cipher to R10Vault, so a user of R10Vault and a user of R10Cipher can share encrypted documents with no problems.
Get R10Cipher and take it for a spin to see just how useful it can be!
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