Saturday, 14 February 2009

Encrypting and Decrypting Files with R10Cipher

You can download a trial version of R10Cipher for Windows, Mac or Linux here:

Double Click R10Cipher to launch the software. You will see the R10Cipher main screen. The Windows XP Version is shown below with the Drag and Drop Encryption Area highlighted:

Enter your Shared Secret (this is your encryption key) into the area at the bottom left of the screen. This can be between 4 and 16 characters. For example: yuetrtytpl*565r0.

Drag one of more files into the Drag and Drop Encryption Area (highlighted above). Press the Batch button to the right of the list of files.

The encrypted files will be saved to your desktop with the same filenames as the originals but with the file extension .r10Enc.

Decrypting Files and Documents

Double Click the encrypted file, following the double click you see this window:

All you have to do is enter the Shared Secret and the file will be decrypted and saved on your Desktop with the same name as the original, pre-encrypted file.

NOTE: Before you use this feature for the first time you may need to associate the R10Enc files with the R10Cipher Software. How you do this depends on your Operating System. We have instructions in the Manual Addendum for Mac OSX and Windows XP.
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