Easily encrypt your messages using AES, ARC2, Blowfish, CAST, or DES3, then encode the result in a printable form, using Base64, Base32, HEX, Quopri, string escape, UU, or XML.
The resulted string can be sent on e-mail as text, saved as XML or UU, or can be transformed into a little PNG image.
The password is not stored inside the message. It's impossible for someone to decrypt the message, unless it knows, or guesses your password.
Get Scrambled Egg and give it a try to see how useful it can be for encrypting your information!
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· password enhancement. The key is derived from original password (using PBKDF2) making the encryption much stronger, even with short passwords;
· added Json encoding and RSA encryption;
· few bug fixes and a lot of GUI improvements, including drag & drop text in the left area, a HELP button, etc;
· There are a lot of improvements, but backwards incompatible, that means you cannot decrypt text encrypted with Scrambled-Egg version 0.3.