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twofish

   0.6  

KDE Security

Score 73%
Link:  http://
Downloads:  776
Submitted:  Nov 12 2006
Updated:  Oct 18 2008

Description:

twofish is a secure command line and kde service menu ecnryption tool that allows secure memory allocation, secure random, varaible size key generation, zlib compression and base64 encoding

its nicely written and there is room for improvements

next release:
a recovery database is being added




LicenseGPL
(twofish-0.6 working development version)
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 Is this a KDE app?

 
 by sbenitezb on: Nov 13 2006
 
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If not, please remove from this site.


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 Re: Is this a KDE ap

 
 by app3al on: May 21 2007
 
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Do you think it would make tangible difference using Qt for deploying this specific application?
And, yes, don't forget we are talking of open source software.
If you feel it would be better if ported to Qt, no one here is going stop you.
And code is far more useful to KDE users than complaints.


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 Re: Is this a KDE app?

 
 by renci on: Aug 8 2007
 
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people dont make programs that are not good for anything anyway so yeah this program can used in kde via kde service menus


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 it is a kde app

 
 by renci on: Nov 13 2006
 
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its made to be part of kde via the kde servicemenus in the 'twofishkonq' directory in the source directory
it simply integrates into konqueror and you can browse files and encrypt/decrypt files and folders visually


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 Nice tool

 
 by app3al on: Feb 8 2007
 
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Useful little encryption application, thank you for uploading!


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 wtf Dear James Pond

 
 by vaxxipooh on: Aug 10 2007
 
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This is very very crappy .. and even worse, it could be rather CONFUZING for newbies - specially when folder and filenames keep's intact - you dont see whats happend! Keep away from this and look for more serius solutions if you wanna keep yer snooping li'l sister out of your files ...


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 Re: wtf Dear James Pond

 
 by renci on: Aug 10 2007
 
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vas du yu mean tis is crappink. dis is my favorite program to the date. keep you 'especially when folders and file names keep's intact' to your self you little bugre nose. i bet you eat your bugres with sweet and low


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