Command Line Encrypt (Free)
This small console utility allows you to encrypt or decrypt a file from the command line. It uses the Tiny Encryption Algorithm (TEA) with a 128-bit key and Cipher Block Chaining (CBC). More encryption algorithms may be added in future versions.
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Command Line Crypt V1.00 – encrypt and decrypt your files.
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-encrypt Encrypts the file specified in the flag -infile.
-decrypt Decrypts the file specified in the flag -infile.
-key [yourkey] Key to use for crypting.
-filekey [filename] Filename of a file with the key to use.
-infile [filename] File to be encrypted or decrypted.
-outfile [filename] File to save the encrypted/decrypted result in.
Example 1 – encryption of a text file:
crypt.exe -encrypt -key secret -infile plaintext.txt -outfile cipher.txt
Example 2 – decryption of a file:
crypt.exe -decrypt -key secret -infile cipher.txt -outfile decoded.txt
Example 3 – encryption of a file using a file as key:
crypt.exe -encrypt -filekey mykey.txt -infile plaintext.txt -outfile cipher.txt
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