Linear Encryption Program
Do you carry passwords or sensitive information around on a portable device?
Do you every worry about losing it or having it stolen?
Now you can protect your passwords or sensitive information on any device (usb, laptop, pad, thumb drive, etc.)
Claudo-Clamã Linear Encryption Program is a password file protection method that ensures your password file is protected. Once you create the file your encrypted password file is portable and can be opened on any of your computer *devices that have a web browser with your login and keycode. No Internet connection is required. Without your login and keycode your passwords remain encrypted. To create your encrypted password file follow the 3 easy steps.
Claudo-Clamã can also be used to encrypt html files and other text based files.
For Android specific installs: After installing ClaudoClam open program by touching the ClaudoClam icon in your application folder. The first screen will allow an input of login and password - if you do not have these yet go to The Claudo-Clam© Home Page. After opening the program enter your passwords in the top box of program followed by touching enter at each new line. After entering passwords touch the 'SUBMIT' at the top of page and your file will be created. To access your password file at any time touch the 'Password File' button at the top of program screen. ALWAYS touch this button again to hide passwords. To add to the password file just create a new one. NOTE: The program will copy the password file and needed program file to sdcard under claudoclam directory so if you wish you can move this directory to another device. As long as the whole directory is copied you can open on any *device that has a web browser.
For other portable devices:To use Claudo-Clamã double click on claudo-clam.html in the claudo-clam-build directory and follow the three easy steps. When copying the claudo-clam directory over to your device from a computer please consult with your device help files on the best way to copy files over to your device.
Claudo-Clamã can be used to protect any text based file by encrypting it to a html type file which can be opened in any browser but can only be seen with your login an password.
Claudo-Clamã Linear Encryption Program is a password file protection method that ensures your password file is protected. Once you create the file your encrypted password file is portable and can be opened on any of your computer devices that have a web browser with your login and keycode. No Internet connection is required. Without your login and keycode your passwords remain encrypted. To create your encrypted password file follow the 3 easy steps below.
Claudo-Clamã can also be used to encrypt html files and other text based files.
To start the program click on the Claudo-clam.html file in the Claudo-Clam-Build directory and enter your codes. If you do not have the codes then go to The Claudo-Clam© Home Page and purchase the codes for only $1.95
To use as a password protection:
Step 1- Enter passwords and any text you want associated with passwords in the top box of program and always end with <br /> if not pasting html.
Example Password file:
jkgstre - facebook <br />
hsf554sfdgt - bank <br />
jnshhv65sf - paypay <br />
Enter as many as needed.
Step 2 - Enter your login and keycode for your password file:
In login box to right of top box enter a login of up to 10 alpha characters (IT IS CASE SENSITIVE) and in the Keycode box enter EXACTLY 6 numeric characters. Make sure you remember your login and keycode and then click the ENcrypt link at the top left of program window.
Step 3 - Right Click in bottom box of Claudo-Clamã browser window and click 'select all' and then right click again and click 'copy' then paste to the password.html file in the claudo-clam directory. Or create your own file as long as it has the html extension and is saved in the Claudo-Clam directory which is inside the Claudo-Clam-Build directory.
* You can copy the directory 'Claudo-Clam' to any device (usb,laptop, etc). Make sure you copy the directory 'Claudo-Clam' which is inside the Claudo-Clam-Build directory. It should contain two files, your encrypted file and the program file 'pageJBAJSdecrypt.js'.
There is no password recovery so if you forget your login and keycode you will have to re-create your password file encryption by following the above steps again. If you need to add passwords to this file you will also need to re-create your password file by following the above 3 easy steps.
When encrypting html you do not need to add the <br /> to the end of each line. Just paste into the top box of the Claudo-Clam program and enter the login and password you want to use. For other text based files like text, php, code, etc. you will need to add the <br /> at the end of each line if you want want each line to be a new line. Otherwise all lines will run together.
File name is not important but because Claudo-Clamã uses a browser the file you create must have a html file extension.
The encrypted file must be placed in the Claudo-Clam directory which is in the main Claudo-Clam-Build directory. When copying to another device the whole Claudo-clam directory must be copied, not the main Claudo-main-Build directory but the sub directory Claudo-Clam. Only this directory witch contains the encrypted file and program file need to be copied when moving the encrypted file to other devices. The sub-directory Claudo-Clam already contains a blank password.html file for you to copy your encryption to or you can create a new blank html file to put the encrpytion in to. You can have as many encrypted files as you need just make sure you place them in the claudo-calm directory. The reason for this is the encrypted file must be in the same directory as the 'pageJBAJSdecrypt.js' program file
Claudo-Clam was first written as a general encryption program and later branched to an HTML and code encryption program. The general make up is an encryption algorithm I wrote in order to be independent of other programs. This is not a military grade encryption, if you carry State secrets you should have access to one, but it is a good program to protect a password file, HTML or code, or just plain text. The core of the code is actually a math procedure that uses the login and keycode as part of the algorithm.
This encryption cannot be easily decrypted but as with any encryption if the person trying to break it has the time, resources, and motivation, it can be broke. I have tested the encryption with what little tools are available for such tests. The fact that the output is numeric makes it easy to compress if you need to. I read somewhere that if the encryption can be compressed it is not very good. The fact is numbers can be easily compressed, even random numbers. Consider, from 00-99 that every pair of numbers is an exact duplicate in reverse, 32,23 56,65..etc. So in compacting you only have to consider 45 pairs (00,11,22..take care of themselves) and an on/off switch header which itself can compressed. The original had a built in process to do that but I found it too time consuming and took it out.
The time to encrypt and decrypt depends on the size of the content. For password files the time is super fast but for large documents where the characters go into the 10‘s of thousands it will take a little time to compute the processes.The longer the login the deeper it is encrypted. It is the combination of the keycode and login that determines how the information is encrypted. This makes it a good encryption scheme but because it can be transferred to any portable device with a browser it makes an excellent password file protector.
The latest version concentrates on compactness and portability. It is easier using a PC to create the encrypted password file but I have also ported it as an Android app. I may look at porting to Apple products in the future. If transferring to another device it is important that the program file pageJBAJSdecrypt.js is in the same directory as the password file. Also, some smart phones will not allow local HTML files to be used. With the Android app I tackled this for Android devices.
Claudo-Clam is provided by memphiswebprogramming.com "as is" and "with all faults." memphiswebprogramming.com makes no representations or warranties of any kind concerning the safety, suitability, lack of viruses, inaccuracies, typographical errors, or other harmful components Claudo-Clam. There are inherent dangers in the use of any software, and you are solely responsible for determining whether Claudo-Clam is compatible with your equipment and other software installed on your equipment. You are also solely responsible for the protection of your equipment and backup of your data, and memphiswebprogramming.com will not be liable for any damages you may suffer in connection with using, modifying, or distributing Claudo-Clam.
Copyright 2012 JBAtkins(www.memphiswebprogramming.com) Claudo-Clamã Linear Encryption Program