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  • Category: Security / Personal security
  • Published by: Gepid Software ?
  • Size: 623 KB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    Cryptographer uses your password only to encrypt or decrypt text. It does not store it anywhere or share it with any app, server, or website. Version 3.0 - New encryption with better security..

Cryptographer

Here is your own personal cryptographer. Store all of your passwords and account numbers anywhere safely by using Cryptographer to encrypt them using one master password. Or, use Cryptographer to encrypt your messages such as when you are communicating with your athletic equipment manager about the status of the footballs. Simply enter a password, the text you wish to encrypt, and press “Encrypt”. Then share the encrypted text or copy & paste it anywhere you want. Decryption is just as easy. An ideal use for Cryptographer is to create multiple, random passwords that are difficult to guess or remember and use Cryptographer to encrypt each one using one password that you can remember. Then store the encrypted passwords in a common area that can be accessed by any of your devices (PC, phone, tablet, etc.) such as OneNote or a file on the cloud. With this arrangement, you'll be able to securely access your passwords from anywhere and you'll never have to worry about changing your password in many places because one website was compromised. Cryptographer uses an advanced encryption algorithm so your text is consistently and effectively secured.

Features:

  • Encryption
  • Cryptography

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9 June 2015

I love it. This app is very easy to use and I have the Windows phone version, too, so I can access my encrypted text from my phone as well as my Surface. I can even have encrypted Skype chats with a friend on their computer while I'm on my phone. Not that I really need to do that, but it is neat. Seriously, though. I really do like being able to safely store my passwords on OneDrive and be able to access them from any device.


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8 June 2015

Though there are other encryption apps out there, I think this one is the easiest to use efficiently. It's very easy to encrypt and decrypt using my own password and transfer text to and from this app via the clipboard. It rotates and expands to fill your screen, so it works great for short text for larger text with many lines. Bottom line: If you're looking for an easy way to encrypt something so that only someone who knows your password can read it, this is the app for you.