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fausterize is a minimized and simplified encrypting text editor. The encryption algorithm uses one-time pads, i.e. arbitrary files as keys. These are easy to remember and secure.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Apr 2010 07:36

    Release Notes: Undo/redo and platform specific installations for Debian based Linux and Windows were added. Localization (for German) was improved. Some bugs around the editor were fixed.

    •  03 Mar 2010 07:55

      Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in version 0.8 that prevented fausterize from starting on machines not owned by the developer.

      •  27 Feb 2010 10:44

        Release Notes: Fausterize now handles read and write status of file and messages gracefully. It has a pad sanity check based on the decrypted result, i.e. it does not store the pad file anywhere, but prevents you from using the wrong one. Highlander mode forces single instances of the program.

        •  08 Feb 2010 02:42

          Release Notes: This release works with multiple files now, including a recently open menu.

          •  27 Jan 2010 17:46

            Release Notes: This is an initial usable release. It is still minimal, but works fine with one document.


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