CryptoRSA

CryptoRSA

Released 3 years ago , Last update 3 years ago

CryptoRSA is a software written in JAVA for encrypting and decrypting a text using RSA algorithm with the possibility to choose different length for keys (1024 or 2048 bit).

CryptoRSA, encrypt and decrypt your texts.

CryptoRSA is a software written in JAVA developed by me for encrypt and decrypt a text using RSA algorithm with the possibility to choose different length for keys (1024 or 2048 bit).

The keys after the generation are saved into two files (.dat), one for the public key and one for the private key, so you can exchange them with other users.

Also the encrypted or decrypted text can be saved into a file (.txt) that can be loaded at any time to operate on it.

 

I'm selling the software complete JAVA source code. You can add or improve any features or use the code for accademy or personal purposes.

Benefits

  • Generate your keys

    When you launch the software you can generate your private and public keys which will be saved into two files, so you can easily exchange them with other users. With your keys you can start to encrypt or to decrypt a text.

  • WRITE, SAVE OR LOAD A TEXT

    You can write or load a text from file to operate on it. You can also save the encrypted or decrypted text into a TXT file for an easy exchange.

  • Encrypt or decrypt a text

    You can encrypt or decrypt a text as your needs using the right key.

Pricing

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$60.00

Application License

  • Perpetual license

  • 1 application

  • Can distribute binary products only

  • Commercial use

  • 12 months support

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