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AES Text Encryptor For Gmail And Facebook

Encipher is an AES Text encryptor, which can be used anywhere you want to protect your text messages. For example, you can use it to encrypt (and decrypt) texts in email messages, so you can ensure that the email you sent was not modified during transmission or not read by others.

Encipher is a bookmarklet for Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer. To use it, just bookmark it. To encrypt texts, for example in Gmail message or Facebook, type your message and click the bookmark.

Then, enter a password and click the "Encrypt" button. To decrypt the message on the page, just click bookmark again and reenter the same password.

Encipher is using Advanced Encryption Standard to protect your data. In addition, all encoding/decoding is performed locally in your browser.


  1. So what do you do with the password? Post that too? This is sooo 90's!


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