The first edition of Cobbler ("Mono") is now available. Cobbler looks just like a standard text editor, but it safely stores sensitive notes in a tiny fixed-size encrypted and authenticated container. Examples of sensitive information include personal passwords, pincodes, private keys, secret formulas, etc. There is NO browser integration and very few bells and whistles, as the focus is on the essentials: bank-grade encryption (AES_128_CBC) low attack surface (lean codebase, industry-standard algorithms) tamper detection (HMAC_SHA) freeform content no metadata disclosure high bruteforce resistance no plaintext temporary files I wrote Cobbler as I did not feel comfortable with either existing secure note desktop applications, or overly complex password managers Several different editions of Cobbler will be available in a later stage. More details will follow. Feel free to give it a try. Feedback welcome! https://www.trustprobe.com/fs1/apps.html Standard disclaimer: Use at your own risk and keep backups.