Hello. I've been developing CrazySumForPasswords (CSFP) and XOR File Destroyer (XOR-FD). Their names are silly but they do relate to Security, more or less.
- CSFP is a password regenerator. Version 3b can be used to regenerate "binary" passwords as well. Its purpose is to regenerate strong passwords for you on-the-fly, so you don't have to store them in a file. It is not a random password generator. How does it work? A Readme accompanies the source code and it explains everything in detail.
- XOR-FD (very Beta!) is a younger project. It is a simple file encryption program meant to be used together with CSFP. As its name suggests it uses the eXclusive OR (XOR) operation to encrypt files. XOR is not a real cipher, so it is only as strong as the encryption key you use. The key could be a password you type, or CSFP's output, or a any file you have stored on your computer.
I'd appreciate usage/error feedback, especially for XOR-FD. I've tested it on text files and binary 5GB files, it seems to be working.
Both are commandline programs for Linux; you will be downloading 7-Zip archives which contain the source code and various text files, including the Readmes.
You need to have GNU GCC installed, and optionally the `make' utility.
CSFP directory:http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/dis ... Passwords/
XOR-FD directory:http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/dis ... Destroyer/