Eclipse Portable Encryptor
Encrypt emails and any text in place
Eclipse is a portable system tray application that lets you send encrypted emails and encrypt any text in place.
How it Works
- Select any text.
- Press Ctrl+Shift+E (customizable).
- You will be prompted for a password, enter one.
- Your text will be encrypted and pasted in place.
- To decrypt, repeat the operation.
- You can choose to keep the encrypted/decrypted text in the clipboard or not by ticking the Keep checkbox.
- Additional options can be configered in the provided INI file.
- You may hide the tray icon by setting
HideIcon=1in the INI file.
Eclipse uses blowfish encryption provided by the MySecret command line utility (already included in the download).
Related Freeware Utilities
For a drag and drop interface to encrypt any file, see File Blender which supports file encryption, audio conversion, video conversion and many other file processing functions.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) Danny Ben Shitrit
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