Saturday, 9 March 2013

ImmediateCrypt Web Demo: Encrypt Pieces Of Text With A Password


Sometimes while sending messages over Facebook or any other medium, you need to ensure that only the intended recipient of the message can read the message. For this purpose you will need to encrypt your text with a password. Here to help you do that is a web service called ImmediateCrypt Web Demo.

ImmediateCrypt Web Demo is a free to use web service that can encrypt pieces of text with a password. You can type in your original text in the first field of the site. Next you type in a password which will act as your encryption key. You will need to remember your password. Copy the encrypted text and send it to the recipient and communicate the encryption key to them. They can then visit the website and repeat the process only to decrypt the text; the bottom field will then show the original text.

Features:

  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you encrypt text.
  • Lets you type up a password as an encryption key.
  • Places no restriction on password type.
  • Helps you share text more securely.

Check out ImmediateCrypt Web Demo @ www2.giacomodrago.com:8443/immediatecrypt

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