Create Simple Message Encrypter/Decrypter Using Notepad

Introduction: Create Simple Message Encrypter/Decrypter Using Notepad

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Hello with this Simple HTML Application you can Encrypt and Decrypt your message by password. First of all I will show you how to create it and then I will show you how to use it.

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Step 1: Open Your Notepad.

First if all open your notepad. [Start >> Run >> Type “Notepad” >> Enter]

Copy the code which is given on the following link. Which is starting from  <html> and Ending with </html>

Then Save it with .hta extension. [eg MSG-EncDec.hta]

Step 2: Open It.

Now Double click on it to Open.

Step 3: Write Message

Type your message and password in textboxes.

Step 4: Encryption

Now click on Encrytion button then you will get encrypted message in text box as sjown in the given Image.

Step 5: Decryption

When you want original message then you have to write your encrypted message and password in that text box then click on Decrypt Button you will get original message.

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    8 Discussions


    Tip 7 months ago

    Nice app but I was thinking how about adding a send button so that once you encrypt your message you can then send it via Bluetooth or something.


    Question 1 year ago on Step 4

    I cant encrypt a message...i type message and password after that i click on encrypt button but its not encrypted my message help me to solve this


    2 years ago

    What Algorithm and Mode of this one or my receiver must only use this one for Decrypt it?


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Took me a second to figure it out but I like how you can run it through multiple times. Very nice!