"Encrypted Notepad" does only one thing, but aims to do it perfectly - a Notepad-like simple text editor where files are saved (and later loaded) encrypted with industrial strength algorithms. Available both for the desktop (as a Java application) and on Android.
Unencrypted data is never stored on-disk. Source is released (on SourceForge) under the BSD license.
- Symmetric key AES encryption
- Pre-encryption compression
- Convenient and safe!
- Android version available on the Market!
version 1.0beta6 literally is unusable. It runs, but there is no means of saving an encrypted file. So far Nul Points It appears that previous releases may have worked. Curious to check this version in without testing Kudos of course for developing an open-source application, but - Wake Up ! If it doesn't work it harms everyone
The application is a really nice idea, although the recent Beta6 JAR is not working correctly: when you try to create a new '.etxt' file it simply saves nothing. Older Beta5 version was working perfect. Just to comment some improvements: the Android app graphic interfaces could be better looking (Holo interface design and not old Android looks).
Be aware that the new version its a train wreck and does not work properly. It simply saves ... NOTHING! I put a password then I save the data. When I open the file again is empty! Also, editing files created with an older version simply corrupts them (empty files)
Works right out of the box: one password, one file, nothing installed. I keep a file with sensitive information in it (stupid, obviously) only because there's too much to remember and too much to write down on paper. I need that info fast and I need it to be safe without any fuss. Your bit of software does exactly that. Thanks!