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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rishirajsurti.encryptor

    Do you find it difficult to remember passwords?
    Do you use similar passwords for most logins?
    Do you fear compromise of one of your credentials might lead to compromise of several others?

    What if I can help you generate strong unique passwords for each of your logins and also help remember ALL of them? Yes. All of them!

    Presenting to you, the Encryptor.

    Encryptor is a simple yet powerful application which encrypts a text/phrase based on a key.
    What's new?
    In Encryptor, YOU specify the key for your encryption.

    As an example, let's say I want to generate strong passwords for Gmail and Facebook.

    Text/Phrase (specified by you) : "example"

    Key (specified by you) : "gmail"
    Encrpyted Text (generated) : "CS%TR+6%rs]D"

    Key (specified by you) : "facebook"
    Encrpyted Text (generated) : "[BK2BU9>+{-T"*p"

    Isn't it easy?!
    You can use any word or a number, or a combination of both as Key.
    You can even specify multiple keys separated by a comma.

    Text/Phrase: "example"
    Key: "twitter,1993"
    Encrypted Text generated: "-HF>NgoV(You can even Encrypt it multiple times using several different keys.

    Thus, by having a unique Text/Phrase for yourself, and an easy way to know Keys, you can create unique passwords for each of your logins.

    What's more? You can even use it to send private messages securely.

    Suppose you want to send Credit Card details to your friend.
    You should use a key which is known only to the intended person(s).
    Say, maybe the day you two proposed each other.

    Text: "1111222233334444"
    Key: "23/07/2016"
    Encrypted Text generated: "T]w,8X[''TA#fO){LKswFrBn=i"

    So now even if someone has access to your phone or computer, all your private messages will be in encrypted form. Without knowing the Key, it is really difficult to Decrypt it. You can try it yourself.

    Isn't it powerful?!

    With this application, I want to try make the internet more secure by enabling people to use strong unique passwords and eliminate the need of remembering them, and also provide a tool to secure the sensitive data/messages.

    Happy Encrypting!
     

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rishirajsurti.encryptor

    Do you find it difficult to remember passwords?
    Do you use similar passwords for most logins?
    Do you fear compromise of one of your credentials might lead to compromise of several others?

    What if I can help you generate strong unique passwords for each of your logins and also help remember ALL of them? Yes. All of them!

    Presenting to you, the Encryptor.

    Encryptor is a simple yet powerful application which encrypts a text/phrase based on a key.
    What's new?
    In Encryptor, YOU specify the key for your encryption.

    As an example, let's say I want to generate strong passwords for Gmail and Facebook.

    Text/Phrase (specified by you) : "example"

    Key (specified by you) : "gmail"
    Encrpyted Text (generated) : "CS%TR+6%rs]D"

    Key (specified by you) : "facebook"
    Encrpyted Text (generated) : "[BK2BU9>+{-T"*p"

    Isn't it easy?!
    You can use any word or a number, or a combination of both as Key.
    You can even specify multiple keys separated by a comma.

    Text/Phrase: "example"
    Key: "twitter,1993"
    Encrypted Text generated: "-HF>NgoV(You can even Encrypt it multiple times using several different keys.

    Thus, by having a unique Text/Phrase for yourself, and an easy way to know Keys, you can create unique passwords for each of your logins.

    What's more? You can even use it to send private messages securely.

    Suppose you want to send Credit Card details to your friend.
    You should use a key which is known only to the intended person(s).
    Say, maybe the day you two proposed each other.

    Text: "1111222233334444"
    Key: "23/07/2016"
    Encrypted Text generated: "T]w,8X[''TA#fO){LKswFrBn=i"

    So now even if someone has access to your phone or computer, all your private messages will be in encrypted form. Without knowing the Key, it is really difficult to Decrypt it. You can try it yourself.

    Isn't it powerful?!

    With this application, I want to try make the internet more secure by enabling people to use strong unique passwords and eliminate the need of remembering them, and also provide a tool to secure the sensitive data/messages.

    Happy Encrypting!
     
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    A new secret communication tool.
    Send messages which only the intended user can read.

    Say, I want to send my Credit Card details to my girlfriend.
    Her roommate checks her phone very often.
    So I will encrypt my details, the key to which only both of us will know. Say, the date we both proposed each other.

    U]u,8X['(TA#fO){LKswFrBn=i

    Yeah, that would be my credit card number. In encrypted form.
    Bet you cannot decrypt it without knowing the key.

    Let me introduce you to Encryptor.

    Encryptor is a simple, yet powerful application which enables you to encrypt a text based on a key you specify.

    By using Encryptor for secret communication, you can reduce the chances of data leak and misuse of your precious credentials.

    Encryptor is available as an Android App, as Chrome Extension and as Mozilla Firefox Add-On.

    Try Encryptor now!
    http://goo.gl/1tYowK

    P.S. The key to the credit card number above is today's date.

    31/08/2016
     

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