BlueGem Keystroke Encryption [FREE]

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by BrendanK., Sep 28, 2008.

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  1. BrendanK.

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    Hey I'm currently testing this and so far it is really good. Yay a Keyscrambler alternative.

    Oh and did I mention it's free?!

    If you wanna give it a go:
    BlueGem Keystroke Encryption Free
     
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  3. BrendanK.

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    Yes it passes all those tests BUT the screenshot ones. It does not protect against screenshots though unless you upgrade.
     
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    Justin Troutman Cryptography Expert

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    Curious.

    Having not used software of this sort, or spent any time analyzing it, I'm curious as to how it goes about preserving the integrity of ciphertext. Controlled manipulation of ciphertext could potentially be worse than the divulging of plaintext. Is there no mechanism for authenticating ciphertext when it reaches the browser?
     
  5. BrendanK.

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    Re: Curious.

    Sorry, but I do not know anything about encryption or ciphers. I just posted this app so people can have a Keyscrambler alternative.

    It is also built into TrendMicro IS 2009 :O
     
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