This page uses software certified for securing top secret information for governments around the world and
both makes and handles links containing encrypted, or password-protected data. You can use it to secure files on your computer,
online communication and/or lists of passwords where you only need to remember one to encrypt and decrypt the others. Password
generation requires AMR to be in the same folder as this web page. Image storage of
data requires Stealth Data Processor to be in the same folder also.
@ 0% strength.
Passphrase generation requires AMR to be in the same folder as this web page.
The checkbox just below allows the end of the plaintext to be cut off at characters for converting data to a link or for data-to-email conversion. Cut ends off of plaintext so that
made by this page work.
Otherwise, it might not be read properly by the email client or browser that opens it.
There is no size limit on data copied manually into email software and/or webmail. Use AES after One-time Pad, or OTP?
It adds considerable security, but also size to the ciphertext. Ciphertext is secured data.
Importable from a link or file, it is either plaintext, which is intelligible, before encryption, or ciphertext.
Files only load in Firefox or Chrome and some file types won't properly decrypt.