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*[APP]* crypTo (AES)

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23rd June 2012, 05:14 PM   |  #1  
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ws.apps.crypto

crypTo is a lightweight and powerful utility that calculates hashes from text or files stored on your device. You can calculate multiple hashes and file checksums at the same time to save time! Once you have calculated the checksums, you can easily click on them to copy them to the clipboard for use elsewhere! Hash your passwords and then Google the hash to see if it has been cracked! Hash downloaded files form the Internet, check if that hash matches the hash provided to prevent viruses/broken files!

crypTo features:

Hashing Algorithms: CRC32, GOST, MD2, MD4, MD5, RipeMD128, RipeMD160, RipeMD256, RipeMD320, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, Tiger and Whirlpool!

Other Encoding: Base64, Binary, Decimal, Hex

Encryption
✔ Hashing Strings

Decryption
✔ Binary, Base64, and MD5 Lookup

Passworded File Encryption
✔ AES 256 bit

Checksums
✔ Hashing Files (integrity of files)

Comparing
✔ Compare Hashes and Strings

FAQ:
What is a string?
✔ In computer programming, a string is traditionally a sequence or array of characters, either as a literal constant or as some kind of variable.

What is a hash?
✔ A hash is an encrypted string of letters or numbers by different encryption methods. Hashes are used in cryptography for creating strong passwords, data encryption and to check the integrity of files.

What is a checksum?
✔ A checksum is a generate hash of a file based on its contents.

Tested on the following phones:
✔ Droid
✔ Droid X
✔ HTC Inspire

Permissions requested:
✔ Internet: MD5 Reverse Lookup

Suggestions/Possible Future Updates:
– Text Encryption
– More Encryption Methods such as Adler-32 and Haval-128

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28th June 2012, 07:35 PM   |  #2  
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Very nice feature list. Will give it a go on my One X.
28th June 2012, 08:17 PM   |  #3  
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Sounds good!
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Just downloaded it. I'll give it a go in a bit with a few file types and sizes then I'll jump back in the market and rate it.
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Works great on my HOXL
29th June 2012, 12:31 AM   |  #6  
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Hello,

Thanks for the replies and feedback. Can you make an suggestion or any features you would like to see implemented in future releases?

The next release will show the timings of both the Checksums and File Encryptions as well as the file sizes.

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29th June 2012, 02:28 AM   |  #7  
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Now I'm using TC to check single file MD5. This app seems great and I'll give it a try later.
29th June 2012, 03:37 AM   |  #8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by masterjb

Hello,

Thanks for the replies and feedback. Can you make an suggestion or any features you would like to see implemented in future releases?

The next release will show the timings of both the Checksums and File Encryptions as well as the file sizes.

Regards,

The only thing I'd really like to see is a more "vanilla" theme to the app. I'm really into my apps all looking aosp-ish. I'm perfectly fine with it either way, but it's just my personal input. Other encryption options would be great too. Maybe a custom key generator used to encrypt/decrypt? (similar to the option in truecrypt if you've used it to generate a private key by moving the mouse around)
29th June 2012, 04:08 AM   |  #9  
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whats the use of "MD5 reverse lookup"?
if thats not needed (to me), is it possible to have a version without the internet permission? (as this is a security-related app and having this permission makes me nervous.. 8)
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The only thing I'd really like to see is a more "vanilla" theme to the app. I'm really into my apps all looking aosp-ish. I'm perfectly fine with it either way, but it's just my personal input. Other encryption options would be great too. Maybe a custom key generator used to encrypt/decrypt? (similar to the option in truecrypt if you've used it to generate a private key by moving the mouse around)

Thanks for the feedback! You said aosp-ish, do you mean a light background? and a darker action bar? Also, you said other encryption, can you list some you would like to see?

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whats the use of "MD5 reverse lookup"?
if thats not needed (to me), is it possible to have a version without the internet permission? (as this is a security-related app and having this permission makes me nervous.. 8)

This is a good question! If you have a MD5 string you would like to figure out what the hash is, you can find the reverse MD5 of it. (text to MD5, and back again). Also, the Internet permission is also used for the ads.
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