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July 20th, 2003 11:57 PM
i'm a new user and i was wondering wut the text encrypter does and how it is useful. (you can access text encrypter by click on tools and toys and then clicking on text encrypter).
I would appreciate if someone could respond to my thread and explain.
July 21st, 2003 12:16 AM
It does exactly what it says. It encrypts the text you enter into various formats, including binary, hex, leet speak and so on. It's usefullness is completely up to you. If you need something converted to ascii or binary and are unable to do it yourself, then it's very useful. You can use it to find the related values. If you have something that's encrypted on your machine and don't have the decryption tool, if the scheme is available from the text encrypt, you can decrypt your text there.
Btw for future reference it isn't 'wut', it's what.
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