extension ExtPose

Encrypto-Blog Writer

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Encryption extension for Google Chrome.

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Description from store For use in conjunction with: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/encrypto-blog-reader/codjdpidpokicflnohcfdjfcanliipoe - Encrypt easily text to share with with people you deem trustworthy! - No signing up required! - Simple, quick and easy to use! This extension allows you to easily share secretive information with a selected group of users. I created it initially so I could keep my blog open to the public but share some secretive information with only my closest friends! I then realized that it's so useful that I'd be selfish to keep it to myself! It also would be useful for an added layer of security to emails/tweets/facebook posts and much more! Owners of this app simply choose a password and encrypt messages through the app (you can change your password easily so there's no problem if you want to have multiple groups). People wishing to view the encrypted messages simply use the Encrypto-Blog Reader Extension (available on the chrome store). You use your password to give any recipients their own password and from then on they can read any of your messages (and they can't pretend to be you either!) A pro-version of this application can be made available if demanded (just ask) which can automatically decrypt messages on your specified site for your trusted users. I will also provide you with a .crx version of the extension which you may host yourself. Additional Info: This extension makes use of a secure, open source BSD licensed encryption library, Stanford Javascript Crypto Library (SJCL) from Stanford university. All credit for the encryption of data goes to these Stanford Academics. My extension simply makes use of their work in a useful way. The SJCL crpto library has been worked upon by worldwide famous cryptographer Dan Boneh amongst other seriously clever people. Disclaimer: By downloading this extension you acknowledge that the author of this extension will not be held responsible in the event that this extension fails to adequately encrypt your data, or if the extension should break and your password be lost, or any adverse effects arise from using this extension. In short, I hold no responsibility towards you whatsoever and you acknowledge this. Thanks

Latest reviews

  • (2012-10-28) Spiffing.
  • (2012-10-28) Colm McNamara: This is great. Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks Jamhead!


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5.0 (3 votes)
Last update / version
2013-07-07 / 1.4
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