Scrambled Egg is an advanced yet simple-to-use software program made to encrypt and decrypt text using up to three different security algorithms at a time.
These include AES, Blowfish, CAST, DES3, RSA, Base64, hex, UU, JSON and XML. It features intuitive options that can be quickly figured out even by less experienced users.
Seamlessly encrypt and decrypt text
After a rapid and uneventful setup procedure, you are welcomed by a user-friendly interface that lets you type or paste text in the dedicated dialog.
Encryption is automatically performed and you can check out results in the main frame, format the text, view its HTML code, remove tags (if any), and export the encrypted text to an image file with the PNG format.
It's possible to import information from external files, easily decrypt text by following the same steps, as well as examine details in the status bar when it comes to the encryption mode and security algorithm used in each step. Evidently, any step can be disabled. There are no other notable options available here.
Evaluation and conclusion
No error dialogs were shown in our tests, and the software utility didn't hang or crash. It had a good response time and minimal impact on computer performance, thanks to the fact that it needed low CPU and RAM to work properly.
All in all, Scrambled Egg delivers a straightforward solution to encrypting and decrypting text using up to three different algorithms at a time and, although it might seem difficult to work with, it's actually approachable.