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This website aims to publish tools and ideas to easly execute security IT tasks.


CRYPTOGRAPHY Crybull (Dezember 2014 - c++ Freeware)

The command line tool to encrypt your files.
Download crybull.tar
Tools contains the following applications (command line) for windows:
crybull.bin for Linux 64bits
crybull32bits.exe for MSWindows
crybull64bits.exe for MSWindows
(You can rename them whenever you whant to.)
The first version was released in 1997


CRYPTOGRAPHY CryZebra2 (October 2017 - c++ Freeware)

Two(2) crypto algorithms with three(3) passwords.
First algorithm: Vigenere (Caesar cipher)
Second algorithm: MappedJunk
The MappedJunk adds random bytes in the encodedfile and only with
the right password it is possible to remove them.
Download
Linux and Windows (64Bits only)


LMLCryptoolkit released on January 2017

Binaries for linux debian 64 bits:
/cripbull
/crybull
/scrambull
Binaries for MS-Windows:
/crybull-win64bits.exe
/crybull-win32bits.exe
Download LMLCryptoolkit.tar.gz


TOOLs

Tools.zip contains various mswindows command line tools such as:
crypt, ccrypt, md5sum, putty, puttygen, sh, sha1sum, sha224sum, sha256deep, sha256sum, sha384sum, sha512sum,
shar, sleep, sum, vi, vim, wget, curl, arj, awk, base64, bash, bunzip2, cat, cksum, cmp, comm, cp,
dd, df, diff, diff3, grep, gzip, ls...
Download tools.zip


cryptostring V3

The cryptostring uses the Vigenere chryptographic system to encode and decode messages using 2 passwords at the same time.
The result of the encoded messages is easy to copy and transport, it contains numbers and '#'
online-version
Download the java desktop version


GPG - Gnu PGP - Pretty Good Privacy (version 1.4.9)
Download gpg.tar
https://gnupg.org/
Supported algorithms:
:: Pubkey: RSA, RSA-E, RSA-S, ELG-E, DSA
:: Cipher: 3DES, CAST5, BLOWFISH, AES, AES192, AES256, TWOFISH
:: Hash: MD5, SHA1, RIPEMD160, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, SHA224
:: Compression: Uncompressed, ZIP, ZLIB, BZIP2
Example: $ gpg --cipher-algo twofish -c PlainTextMessageFile

Public Keys published at:
https://keyserver.opensuse.org
https://keyserver.ubuntu.com