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JavaScript Encryption?

Filed under: Fun,Fun Work,Geek Work — Posted by the Network Geek during the Hour of the Hare which is in the early morning or 7:26 am for you boring, normal people.
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Well, why not?

Okay, this seemed a little “off” to me at first, but then I thought about it and, well, why not? I mean, it’s not much of a programing language, but it is, after all, a programing language of a sort. So, I bring to you JavaScrypt, JavaScript based encryption tools. They are capable of being run on your local machine without being online, as long as you can use JavaScript, which most modern browsers can. And it’s real encryption, too! They use the MD5 and AES algorythms.

Actually, it’s pretty neat. They make the source available to you in a download, so you can not only run it on your local machine, but you can also play with the code. Good stuff, Maynard!

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