When dealing with confidential or private data, it is best to encrypt your files to make sure the information cannot be accessed by unauthorized people.
A useful function is that it can encrypt text as well. After you type or paste a message, you need to enter a password and get a scrambled version of your text. It goes without saying that decrypting both files and texts requires the correct passkey.
Cryptoknife is an open source portable utility to allow hashing, encoding, and encryption through a simple drag-and-drop interface. It also comes with a collection of miscellaneous tools. The mainline branch officially supports Windows and Mac. Cryptoknife is free and licensed GPL v2 or later. It can be used for both commercial and personal use.
Cryptoknife works by checking boxes for the calculations and then dragging files to run the calculation. Cryptoknife performs the work from every checked box on every tab and displays the output the log and saves to a log file. By default, very common hashing boxes are pre-checked.
All in all, Cryptoknife is a reliable solution for those who want to quickly encrypt files and are not interested in selecting a custom algorithm.
Cryptoknife is an open source all-in-one, portable, collection of general-purpose cryptography tools from the same author of Packet Sender.
MD5, MD4, MD2; SHA-1, 224, 256, 384, 256; CRC-32; Checksum
Base64; HEX/Binary; DOS/Unix EOL
AES/Rijndael CBC; Blowfish CBC; Triple DES CBC; Twofish CBC
System Profile; ASCII/HEX; Epoch/Date convert; Password Generator