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CryptoLab 1.02.2

CryptoLab is a freeware cryptography application for Microsoft Windows, and incorporates text-based encryption through the use of plug-in cipher

Features list:

Plug-in cipher modules. 
Advanced pseudo-random key generation. 
Easy-to-use tabbed interface for text files. 
Key Manager storage utility. 
Full password protection (incorporating SHA-1 hashing algorithm). 
Integrated SMTP email support. 
PDF, HTML and Word Document export options. 
Statistics calculator. 

Included encryption modules:

Affine Shift 
Blowfish Cipher 
Caesar Cipher 
Data Encryption Standard 
Modular Shift Algorithm (by EJC Cryptography) 
Rijndael (American Encryption Standard) 
Substitution Cipher 
Vigenère Cipher

With CryptoLab, you can encrypt your text documents with military standard security - algorithms such as Rijndael are used to encrypt classified documents within the US Government. By using CryptoLab, you too can experience this level of security from your own computer. Best of all, it's FREE

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