Steganos LockNote – Simple but secure text notes encryption way

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Recommend you guys a tiny app which can give an encryption to any TXT files. From now on, lock it up with password first if you have any secret, just in case. 🙂

LockNote is a small applet less than 300 KB, it can encrypt any text file and then generate an EXE file. Encryption algorithm uses the AES 256-bit (Advanced Encryption Standard). Suggest you to encrypt using more than 7 non pure digitals as the password.

// Key Features //

  • Store your most valuable notes as a LockNote
  • Secure, but simple
  • Portable, no need of installation
  • Encrypt existing text files in no time at all
  • Open source and free

// How To Use //

  1. Run LockNote
  2. Drag one or several text files which you want to encrypt/convert into its window
  3. Then it will pop up a dialog box with prompts and input a password
  4. After confirming the password it will generate an EXE file which only could be opened using the password you set.

// System Requirements //

  • Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • Not works well on Windows 8+

// Download URLs //

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