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#1 Cyber

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Posted 05 September 2007 - 07:27 AM

Hi!
I do a little program for crypt/read a webpage.
If you have this program active and you have the decrypt password, you can view the webpage!


Cyber's encryptweb v0.2

v0.21
Attached File  webencrypt_v0.21.au3   5.37KB   229 downloads

example encrypted page (password for decrypt: ugaugauga)
Attached File  exampleHTMLpage.rar   986bytes   174 downloads




Future feature:
- insert hidden crypted zone in normal webpage
- show false webpage if the user don't have the program (and the password)
- more...


sorry for my ultrabad english....
to better understand please view the image...



Encrypt a webpage


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Run program and select blank page.
Enter the page that you want encrypt.
Click on program icon and select: Save -> encrypt



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Enter the encrypt password


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Enter the new encrypted filename


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Wait the encrypting process



View the encrypted webpage



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Open the program and select one of the three option
Open the crypt webpage (from file or URL)
Click on program icon and select: Manual -> Decrypt
Or for more webpage, use autodecrypter: the program decrypt automatically the webpage



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Wait decrypting process


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View the decrypted page!

Edited by Cyber, 05 September 2007 - 09:52 AM.

Console Browse: Navigate on the WEB in a textual consoleMultiPing!: Show computer on the lan and/or show the local/remote task, ALL animated!KillaWin: Event executingCryptPage: Crypt your webpage and show only with key







#2 WolfWorld

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Posted 05 September 2007 - 09:57 AM

NIce But what is it for

#3 Manadar

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Posted 05 September 2007 - 02:19 PM

Funny.

#4 tr0j4n

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Posted 05 September 2007 - 02:39 PM

i suppose it could to keep your friends from viewig some of your webpage that you have saved privatly

#5 SleepyXtreme

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Posted 05 September 2007 - 06:33 PM

you could use this if you were in the cia or fbi or something and there's some "secret" login somewhere
Programs:AAST (Andrew's Anti Snooping Tool) - Elite protection from prying eyes with tons of functionality_TooBigForForums - Downloads your program and opens it (For when you have exceeded your upload limit but still want to know how many downloads you have).




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