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TheLetterEncrypter – Simple Freeware Text Encrypter

by Johnny Karp 14 November 2009 6 Comments

Features Overview

  • Allows the user to encrypt a piece of text easily.
  • Lightweight and extremely easy to use.

Review

TheLetterEncrypter is a small freeware program that allows you to encrypt and then decrypt a piece of text using a password of your choice. The program consists of a small .exe file, so it’s fully portable. The way it works is extremely easy, you can either import a .txt file or write directly into the program. Than you have to type in a password.

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  • Prankur Rusia said:

    Hi Johnny,
    Thanks for including my TheLetterEncrypter.

    Of course I can’t give any details about the encryption algorithm (although if I did even then encrypted messages can’t be decrypted without the correct password).

    However I can safely tell you that encryption is quite strong.
    Maybe the C.I.A. can decrypt it but I can give my word that they’d have to use their best cryptographers to do that.

    If you will use a password of length 7-8 alpha-numerals then I assure you decrypting the encrypted message will be a colossal task.

    Even if the secret is big you can trust TheLetterEncrypter to keep it.

    I have one doubt though.
    Can you tell me what advanced features you want?
    I’ll include them all in the next release(probably next year, I’ve got my JEE exam (entrance exam to Indian Institutes of Technology))
    Wish me luck!!

  • Johnny Karp said:

    @Prankur
    You can grab the logo from the contact page. About the features, I suggest adding something like “encrypt and send to email” and maybe support for .doc files. I’ll let you know if I come up with other ideas and maybe some of the readers will have some suggestions for the future versions. Anyway, it’s a great program, keep up the good work!

  • Johnny Karp said:

    You can use that one, don’t worry. And good luck with your exams! 😉

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