Dual Purpose: You can use Switch⇄Crypt either to keep your own data encrypted, or - alternatively - you can use Switch⇄Crypt to exchange encrypted data with another person via untrusted email or via an untrusted storage. Consider that you can use Switch⇄Crypt only for one of these two purposes - but not for both of them.
Q: How can I verify that all encryption algorithms are properly implemented?
A: The core Java class of the Switch⇄Crypt tool that does all encryption is licensed under the GNU General Public License V3 (GPL V3). You can verify the source code by:
Please read first the PDF documentation before installing Switch⇄Crypt.
This freeware is currently only for Windows 10 systems available:
Manufacturer Download Link: SwitchCrypt_windows-x64_1_1-H.exe
Basically, Switch⇄Crypt runs also on Ubuntu and Mac OS, but because lack of time there are no installation kits available for these operating systems.
Please check first the PDF documentation which contains also many FAQs. If you have still any question or issues then mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form.
Any warranty for the Switch⇄Crypt SOFTWARE is expressly disclaimed. THE SOFTWARE AND ANY RELATED DOCUMENTATION IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NONINFRINGEMENT. THE ENTIRE RISK ARISING OUT OF USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE REMAINS WITH YOU.
The copyright of the Switch⇄Crypt software as well as the product name "Switch⇄Crypt" belongs to David K. Fischer.