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HTML Encrypter

Java based HTML encrypter and decrypter

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An encryption and decryption application developed in Java. The application uses a number of algorithms to encrypt and decrypt the HTML source code: Blowfish, AES, TEA, Rabbit, MARC 4, Escape/Unescape functions.

In addition to the encryption and decryption functions, the application also returns the source code of a website. The user has the ability to upload the encrypted file, using the FTP transfer feature, to his or hers personal website. Additional features are listed below.

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  • One time encryption
  • Source code edit feature
  • Check for new app updates
  • Save user preferences
  • Undo/Redo functions
  • Search history
  • Log file
  • System tray
  • Open URL

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    This is quite a good concept. It successfully encrypts pages viewed through FF's HTML viewer, although Firebug still works fine (presumably it bypasses JS).

    Posted 03/24/2012
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    Well I don't think there is a way to bypass Firebug (or any other by that matter).

    Posted 05/30/2011
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