Secure text editor?
z.himsel at gmail.com
Mon May 14 00:32:42 CEST 2007
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On 5/11/07, Peter Lebbing <peter at digitalbrains.com> wrote:
> Does anybody know an editor that's up to the job?
On 5/11/07, Joseph Oreste Bruni <jbruni at mac.com> wrote:
> Since you are only encrypting in place and not transferring
> documents to another individual, there is probably no need to
> public-key encryption. Any tool that does AES-128 or the like
There is a small program called Locknote (tinyurl.com/25q3m2).
It is a Windows executable (AFAIK it does not work on Linux,
unless Wine would work). It is a simple text editor that
encrypts itself when you close it. I'm not sure how secure it
is, but it seems alright (256-bit AES symmetric). I just wanted
to put that out there if you wanted to try it.
Note: the executable file saves to itself (the editor itself is
the document) so i'd make a backup of the original executable to
make more docs.
Zach Himsel <z.himsel[at]gmail.com> <tinyurl.com/yjxo8s>
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