Developed as an open source utility, ccrypt can help you encrypt / decrypt files and streams from the Command Line Interface.
ccrypt is a software that's based on the Rijndael cipher. Now, you can use this handy program to quickly encrypt important documents.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· ccguess: tweaked the ordering of guesses
· ccguess: added -t option
· ccguess: use a 64-bit counter
· ccguess: updated exit status
· ccguess: added -n option
· ccguess: do not turn off character echoing on password entry.
· ccguess: allow multiple files to be tested simultaneously.
· ccguess: added -c option
· removed intltool build dependency
· fixed fchown() compiler warning, again
· added ccguess program
· man page: fixed name and usage of emacs package
· autoconf: new CADD variable to add to CFLAGS
· more error handling improvements: check output of fflush, crypt
· fixed potential buffer overrun in make_nonce()
· better separation of i/o errors and other system errors
· test suite: added environment variable CHECK_CCRYPT to allow binaries outside the build tree to be tested
· emacs support: use existing buffer password when re-reading a file; improved status messages
· more handling of unlikely errors
· fixed Rijndael reference code compiler warnings
· check for i/o errors in stream mode
· added frees in error handlers a...