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What are people saying about R10Cipher VI

Steve Cholerton Any questions please contact me, steveartenscience.com or Skype: stevencholerton.
Arten Science - Mar 25 2011 at 6:34am Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling Will you be adding different encryption types to the software?
Mar 29 2011 at 11:03pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi Stephen. I have no intention of adding additional encryption types. My goal with this product was to make it as simple as possible while still delivering private files.

Additional encryption types are only relevant if you are a power user who understands (and cares about) the differences, and has a particular preference.

Most of my customers are basically asking this question: 'If I use a mixed 20 alpha/digit Secret which i don't tell anybody - how safe is my information ? The answer is of course *extremely* :-) Nobody this century is going to decode it !

Thanks of your question. Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Mar 29 2011 at 11:28pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Further Information: R10Cipher is also available for Linux.

Using the one license key you can carry Mac/Win and Linux versions of R10Cipher on a USB Drive along with your encrypted documents. You can decrypt using whatever computer is available with *no installation necessary*

R10Cipher was a Finalist in the Information Security Product of the Year competition - Technology Excellence category of the British Computer Awards 2009.

R10Cipher is compatible with cuteCipher (http://www.cutecipher.co.uk/) and is also the encryption used in several other commercial products including ooSooMpro (http://www.oosoom.co.uk/) and ContaxCRM (http://www.contaxcrm.co.uk/)
Arten Science - Mar 31 2011 at 1:03am Copy Link
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Peter Martin Very interesting software.

I tried to encrypt a file that has already been encrypted by another AES 256 bit software and I was able to encrypt a second level with R10Cipher. I then deencrypted it with R10Cipher and again deencrypted it with with AES software and got my original de encrypted files.

I am not in the security business but I am just certifiably paranoid :-). These are client files whose privacy I hold sacrosanct.

My thinking goes if there is a 10% chance that in the next mellenium that AES will be breached and another 10% chance that the Blowfish that you use, will be breached then there is only a 1 in a 100 chance that both will breached.

Do you foresee any risk of doing such double encryption such as loss of data etc? Am I right to think that double encryption is safer?

Since this does not need installation and as far as I understand does not leave any trace in the computer I use, Do I need administrator permission to use it ?

Can you declare in your website that this is HIPAA (USA) compliant. I have only little knowledge of what is required to be HIPAA compliant and I will be really surprised if you are already not. yet

Declaring that your are HIPAA compliant will be a further assurance to your customers especially US paranoid health care providers.

Thank you for your time

Peter
Mar 31 2011 at 9:54am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi Peter. The chances of AES or Blowfish being compromised within the next decade is incredibly small. The issues are more to do with choosing a good key in the first place, of decent length.

Double encryption should cause no problems as the encryption does not understand the underlying file anyway, so the fact that it is already encrypted is neither here nor there, to the software it's just a binary stream.

No Administrator access is needed to run R10Cipher or cuteCipher.

There is no such thing as 'HIPAA Compliant Software, per se. You as an organisation can be HIPAA compliant but there is no standard for software. There is however recommendations regarding procedures (such as using encryption) that R10Cipher more than complies with.

I will put something on the site just to say that R10Cipher can help with achieving HIPAA compliance.

Many thanks for your interesting questions. If you need an organisation or site license we have excellent deals available :-)

Cheers - Steve
steveartenscience.com
Managing Director
Arten Science - Mar 31 2011 at 11:05am Copy Link
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Peter Martin Thank you for the rapid reply

May I make several suggestions
Since the choosing a good key of decent length is suggested. It is a pain to type a long key every time you run the program much less remember the long key.

Maybe you set it up so that typing a short key, say ZY\ would input say... kajiohadvnafhioasjoiy984uqwh34h9uqg... as a longer key.. Sure it would be easier to guess a short key but at least it is a convenient option.

Thanks again
Peter
Mar 31 2011 at 3:18pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi Peter
Agreed. That is why R10Cipher features Key Management, which allows you keys to be setup in advance and stored in the database and recalled using a much smaller and simpler password. This means your encryption is not compromised but it is much more convenient to use.

Of course you should then make sure your Key Database is never lost :-)

.An additional add-on to R10Cipher was developer for a Health Care / Research Establishment here in the UK. This allows remote users to have their key databases automatically syncronised to a central source ... this means key revocation and updates can be done in one place, once, and all staff receive the updated keys.

Thanks again for your questions. R10Cipher has been around long enough now to be quite full featured and proven as robust. Many of the convenience type issues have been addressed as best they can without compromising the essential security.

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Mar 31 2011 at 9:23pm Copy Link
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Louis McFadin Have you had to provide a backdoor for any government agency or anyone else?
Apr 1 2011 at 6:24am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton No.
That will never be the case with R10Cipher.
- Steve
Arten Science - Apr 1 2011 at 8:30am Copy Link
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t p Steve, why wouldn't you add Twofish, since that is what Blowfish's creator recommends be done today?
Apr 1 2011 at 8:57am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi

Good question.

Twofish is slightly faster and works with an 128 bit block size which is double that for Blowfish.

Two has a max key size of 256 against 448 for Blowfish

So Twofish has advantages but there has never been a successful cryptanalysis against Blowfish. So if it ain't broke ... Don't fix it.

To Schneier, the designer of both, why would you not use the latest, Twofish ? To me, why would I given that Blowfish has never let me down and is still a valid and relevant encryption algorithm ?

Thanks for your question - Steve
Arten Science - Apr 1 2011 at 9:35am Copy Link
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t p I thought that might be the answer. Since you seem to be in EU, do you know if my MC will charge me for my purchase tomorrow? TIA
Apr 1 2011 at 9:53am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi
I am in the Uk but payment is made through Fastspring a, U S Company. You should not have any problems.
Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Apr 1 2011 at 10:13am Copy Link
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t p Can I buy multiple licenses and give some to friends? If so, how would that work? TIA
Apr 1 2011 at 10:16am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi
Quantities can be input at the online store. You are then free to then send your friends the link or software and the license.
Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Apr 1 2011 at 10:26am Copy Link
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Indusekar SK Hi, Whats the major difference between cute cipher and this one? Is it possible to provide 50% discount to cute cipher if bought along with this Offer?
Apr 1 2011 at 6:10pm Copy Link
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Frank Stephens The price of R10Cipher IV is certainly right, but it's very difficult to justify not using open-source security software. It's more than just making sure that there are no intentional or unintentional security holes or weaknesses, but ensuring that the details are done correctly. The top open-source applications are careful to securely delete unencrypted data, and not to leave anything lying around related to the encryption process. The most widely used open-source security utilities are Axantum Software AxCrypt for file/folder encryption, and TrueCrypt for on-the-fly encryption. Both have sophisticated key management. AxCrypt supports a keyfile plus a secure password, meeting the best security of something you have plus something you know.

People worry about the best algorithms too much. The top encryption algorithms have been intensively studied for a long time. It's highly unlikely that a quick cracking algorithm will ever be found. You don't need to worry about brute-force attacks using conventional computers. Quantum computers could crack encryption instantly, but it remains to be seen whether humans are smart enough to build one.
Apr 1 2011 at 6:51pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi
cuteCipher encrypts files only via an extremely simple, focused 3 step process. It doesn't have the features of R10Cipher but is simpler to use.

If anybody purchases R0Cipher through this offer they can get a coupon code for 50% off cuteCipher by emailing me at:

couponartenscience.com
Arten Science - Apr 1 2011 at 9:20pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi Frank

There are lots of downsides to Open Source software as well, but I do agree Truecrypt is superb as a whole disk encryption. That is what I recommend to my customers for encrypting the laptops in the field.

I agree Open Source encryption algorithms, which Blowfish is. I don't agree that it is necessary to Open Source the actual software.

Still, if we were all the same then life would be boring :-)

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Apr 1 2011 at 9:24pm Copy Link
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Indusekar SK I have sent you a mail, I'll be glad if you could send the coupon so that I can make it in a single transaction.

thank you for helping me out.
Apr 1 2011 at 11:59pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi

I have sent you the code. Thanks for your custom

-Steve
Arten Science - Apr 2 2011 at 12:42am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi Guys

This R10Cipher promotion is going well. Many thanks to you all for your custom, and to BitsDuJour for this site.

Arten Science are setting up an affiliate program shortly, very simple, if someone buys an Arten Science product from your link then you earn a healthy commission.

If interested in being informed about this in more detail, please email me at affartenscience.com.

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Apr 2 2011 at 1:02am Copy Link
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S B I really like the elegant, clean interface, and focused functionality. I do absolutely agree with Frank Stephens' good comments on open source security software.

Is the Shared Secret the actual key used to encrypt the text, and if not, how is the actual encryption key constituted?

If I use the same Shared Secret to encrypt a piece of text multiple times, will I always get the same cipher text?

If R10Cipher uses some randomness ("entropy"), what is its source?

Is there a maximum or practical maximum file size for encryption?

Is R10Cipher also intended for securing things for long-term archival?

Is there a portable USB-key version of R10Cipher or of decipher?

Many thanks!
Apr 2 2011 at 5:43am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi SB

Thanks for your comments and questions.

The Shared Secret is based on the Encryption key. The same text will generate the same key as there is no 'salt' involved in the encryption.

The maximum size for an encrypted file is dependent on the computer. Hundreds of Mb, a Gig + should be manageable.

Long term archiving is certainly possible although that is not really what it is designed for.

On a USB key you could put the Win, Mac and Linux versions of the standard version of R10cipher and all your encrypted documents, you could then decrypt on any computer. No installation needed.
Arten Science - Apr 2 2011 at 7:15am Copy Link
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Mary Wilson I downloaded this program to try it out as I saw something that said it would be good for encrypting files on laptops. I thought I could encrypt senitive files (Quicken and word files) that are left on the laptop. This way all I would have to do is to input the incription key to use the file again. To try it out, I encrypted a copy of a word program. It encripted the file and put it on my desktop. From what I can understand of the program, I must use the program itself to unencript the file. I like the fact that the file is encrypted, but not that I can not use it and work with it. I tried bringing the document in word, but all I get is a bunch of letters and numbers. There was nothing that allowed me to uncript the file. Websight also says that you can send a encrypted file to another person and give it the key. How can a person use it if the only way to look at the file again is to use the program. Really wished they had a video showing the progam in action or a training video as I do not see this program as being very funcitonal except for encrypting it on your system and you must have the program to look at the data again.
Apr 2 2011 at 10:07am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi Mary

With any sort of encryption you are going to need to input a key, or code, or password or something before the item is decrypted.

I think you are confusing encryption with putting a password on a Word or Excel file, that is only very trivial protection but it works similar to what you want.

Hope this helps. Steve
Arten Science - Apr 2 2011 at 10:33am Copy Link
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Frank Stephens Mary Wilson, AxCrypt will do what you want. If you encrypt a file, you can have AxCrypt keep the key in memory (disappears when you log off). AxCrypt can automatically decrypt a file, run the associated application, re-encrypt the file, and securely erase the temporary unencrypted version. If you send the file to someone else, of course they must have AxCrypt installed or use a portable version or reader. Being open-source (donations requested but not required), anyone can use it.
Apr 2 2011 at 11:52am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Mary - Frank is right AxCrypt will do just that - but only if you run Windows exclusively. If you have a Mac or Linux box or want to run your encrypted files on a Mac or Linux box occasionally then it's no good for you.

As always, horses for courses :-)

R10Cipher, although not Open Source (programmers have got to eat too :-) ) can also be used by anybody to Decrypt - you only pay for the encryption, and at $6 it's about the price of 2 litres of petrol here in the UK !!
Arten Science - Apr 2 2011 at 12:11pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi All

Due to the need to sleep I will be unable to answer any questions for the final 4 hours of this promotion. If you have a question please email me at steveartenscience.com. I will get back to you mid morning GMT.

If you don't want to purchase until I have answered a particular question, I will leave the coupon code running until ant least 12:00 GMT, 3rd April.

Thanks for all you support, comments and custom.

-Steve
Arten Science - Apr 2 2011 at 12:44pm Copy Link
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Indusekar SK Hi Steve, thank you for the code. When I apply the code along with the purchase link above, I am losing the discount offered for Rcipher and it is not even applying the discount to also cute cipher.

Please check it up.
regards,
-Indusekar
Apr 2 2011 at 3:36pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi
It looks like the store is not able to handle the two codes at once. If you apply them separately you will be fine.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Apr 2 2011 at 10:32pm Copy Link
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Indusekar SK OK. I'll try that way
Apr 3 2011 at 2:46am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi
yep, that ran out about mid-day GMT. I'll re-enable that for you ... use R10CD for the 59% R10Cipher offer.
Thanks - Steve
Arten Science - Apr 3 2011 at 3:27am Copy Link
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Randy Martin Is there an additional cost to encrypt or decrypt per document?
Or did read something and misinterpret it?
Aug 23 2011 at 6:53am Copy Link
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Thomas Evans Will coupon codes for CuteCypher be offred also
Aug 24 2011 at 7:37am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Email me after the promotion and I will give you a coupon code for cuteCipher if you have purchased R10Cipher during this promotion.
Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 24 2011 at 7:47am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton There are no additional costs to encrypt or decrypt once you have R10Cipher. Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 24 2011 at 7:47am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton I've just had an email from someone who asked about R10Cipher being an Infosec Product of the Year finalist. Here is the link:

http://www.bcs.org/conten...bDoc/28252

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 24 2011 at 7:57am Copy Link
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Daniel Rodriguez Can I encrypt videos (mpg, avi, etc.) with R10Cipher?
Aug 25 2011 at 1:53am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi. You can encrypt any type of file - but if the file is very large then you can run into memory issues as the encryption is done entirely in memory.

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 25 2011 at 4:44am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale License terms are always listed on the right under the policy tab for our deals.
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 26 2011 at 4:27am Copy Link
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Jon Spain So CAN anyone use the free decryptor? If so, where is the security?
Aug 26 2011 at 5:01am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton FAO: Jon Spain

The security is in the Shared Secret. Only someone with the Shared Secret can Decrypt. That's basically how encryption works. Condider the Shared Secret as the Key to the Vault.

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 26 2011 at 5:30am Copy Link
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Eddie Tex What are your licensing terms? Is it per user? Per computer?
Aug 26 2011 at 8:12am Copy Link
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Chad M Does R10Cipher work under Lion?
Aug 26 2011 at 10:36am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Eddie:

Licensing is per user, for up to two computers.

Cheers

Steve
Arten Science - Aug 26 2011 at 10:38am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Chad:

R10Cipher works fine under Lion

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 26 2011 at 10:38am Copy Link
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MBPBo In the previous comments from last March, it was stated that with ONE license R10Cipher could be run from a USB key for Windows, Mac and Linux on any applicable computer. Is this still true?

If the above statement is valid, how does that impact the "two computer" licensing stated just recently in the above comments?

Thx
Aug 26 2011 at 12:36pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth Just d/l the trial version and have come across a usability issue that I would drive me crazy. In the file drag and drop encryption area, there is no way I can find to browse to files for encryption...only drag and drop is available. This is a deal breaker for me...I am actively looking for an app like this.

DrT
Aug 26 2011 at 12:42pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Dr Teeth

That's a good point. It's nevef been requested by anybody else but I would nevertheless be happy to include that functionality in the next release.
Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 26 2011 at 12:45pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Beau

The program can indeed be put on a usb key and used on any computer you plug it into. The USB key itself counts as ONE install, so the license then allows a permanent install on your main computer.

This is designed to give the consumer the best of all worlds, without asking them to pay for two or more copies in order for the software to be useable.

Any more questions - get in touch

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 26 2011 at 12:49pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth @ Steve

Order placed, looking forward to the next release ;-).

DrT
Aug 26 2011 at 2:35pm Copy Link
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Marco Pivetta 1) Can I encript folders and subfolders or I need to put all files in only one? In others words, can I create an encrypted container?

2) How can I browse the files I want to encrypt? Or the only way to encrypt is using drag n drop?

3) when I use drag n drop, where the encrypted files are created, in the same folder?
Aug 26 2011 at 4:22pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Arten Science has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 27 2011 at 12:00am Copy Link
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Dan Forney Downloaded, expanded and tried to execute R10Cipher on my Windows 7 machine and got this error message:

An exception of class NilObjectException was not handled. The application must shut down.

Any thoughts?
Aug 27 2011 at 8:50am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton DrTeeth

Thanks :-)

-Steve
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 10:31am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Marco

1)You must first compress a folder if you want to encrypt it. (Although a future version will handle this automatically)

2)Browse will be available in the next point release.

3)Encrypted files afre saved to the desktop
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 10:39am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Marco again:

The license covers permanent installation on two machines / devices. Therefore 1 install on your machine and 1 onto a USB key that you then use in the others.

I think that the licensing is very generous to be honest :-)
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 10:41am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Dan

It could be a couple of things:

Have you removed the folder from the zipped archive ?

Is the exe in the same folder as the libs ie:

\R10Cipher
\R10Cipher\R10Cipher.exe
\R10Cipher\R10Cipher Libs

Hope this helps

Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 10:47am Copy Link
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Garry Camps what happens after your license expires ? will you still be able to access and modify any encrypted files or documents etc you created ? does it work with windows 7 x64 (64bit)
Aug 27 2011 at 3:17pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Garry

Your license doesn't expire !

It works fine in Win7 64

Cheers

Steve
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 3:28pm Copy Link
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Garry Camps that DOESNT answer my question about what happens to previously created docs etc.....

also i noticed a day or so ago there was an extra or combined discount if i was to buy cute cipher too, does this still apply because i cant find the comment where i saw it. if it does can you please post a link or alternate discount to purchase BOTH together
Aug 27 2011 at 3:33pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Garry

If your license doesnt expire then that DOES answer your question - ie: NOTHING happens to your documents.
-Steve
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 3:34pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Many people are purhasing cuteCipher (and other products) from the R10Cipher purchase page at the discounted rate.
Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 3:40pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton IMPORTANT NEWS:

I have decided that for the last few hours customers of R10Ciopher through this BDJ promotion can also purchase ContaxCRM at a 50% discount.

If you have already purchased R10Cipher during this promotion and would like to take advantage of this offer, contact me on crmartenscience.com

Best Wishes - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 3:45pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton There will be no more responses here as I have to sleep ! Any questions addressed to steveartenscience.com will be answered in the morning - GMT.

Night - Steve
Arten Science - Aug 27 2011 at 3:47pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Any questions or queries, bring then on :-)
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 3:49am Copy Link
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Genie au Travail Seems to be a good software.
I have missed the previous offer but not this one.
Feb 25 2012 at 3:54am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Thanks Genie :-)
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 4:07am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton The license key can be used on Mac / Windows or Linux
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 4:08am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton I will be adding version history to the website for all my products as part of a website update coming soon :-)
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 4:09am Copy Link
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Genie au Travail Thanks for the quick answers.
Feb 25 2012 at 4:19am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi bvsunnydale

R10Cipher doesn't hide anything, it encrypts it so that it's useless to anybody who obtains it without knowing the key to decrypt.

Cheers

-Steve
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 8:21am Copy Link
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bvssunnydale Does this have the ability to hide and/or folders entirely? Thx.
Feb 25 2012 at 9:43am Copy Link
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Brent Price Does this work on Lion?
Feb 25 2012 at 11:48am Copy Link
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Andrew Griffiths Steve - has a new version been issued or any updates been made since last BDJ in August? If so, can you advise please on which of the suggestions/comments people made during that promotion have been addressed? Thank you.
Feb 25 2012 at 12:09pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Yes - Lion works fine.
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 12:34pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Andrew - can you be more specific ? Lots of comments were made ?
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 12:35pm Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Ref: A question via email:

QUESTION:

I create an encrypted email. Change addressee to a person I want to send it to.

They receive a jumbled email which is the encrypted text.

How do they decrypt it without using R10Cipher?


ANSWER:

The recipient needs to use a copy of R10Cipher in 'Decrypt Only' mode, which is free.

Or, they can use website which is also free.

http://www.artensoftware....online.cgi

Cheers

-Steve
Arten Science - Feb 25 2012 at 12:36pm Copy Link
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Matt Hi Steve,

I see that the trial version of R10Cipher IV is 4.9.91. It seems like it's about to roll over into version 5.x.

Would version 5 be a free upgrade? If not, I'm guessing that's because of the nice discount.

Many thanks!
Feb 25 2012 at 6:42pm Copy Link
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Brent Price well I tried it out.. and I support it.. works well.. just waiting on the serial.. I'm patient though..
Feb 25 2012 at 8:28pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Arten Science has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 26 2012 at 12:00am Copy Link
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J S Thans for offering the product promotion, however I wont buy another license until I know about the question I asked You (Steve) a few days ago about "for the life of the product pricing''
Feb 26 2012 at 12:14am Copy Link
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Genie au Travail I have purchased a licence yesterday but I'm always waiting for my licence key...
Feb 26 2012 at 12:32am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hey Guys - I gotta sleep sometime :-)

If you are waiting for your license key - please accept my apologies, for the special deal at BDJ the licensing process is not automated - I know, my bad, and the response has been better than anticpiated so there is a backlog.

Your patience is appreciated - Steve
Arten Science - Feb 26 2012 at 4:00am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi JS

I'm trying to answer all questions some get lost in the mix though, not sure what you asked, but here's the deal.

This promotion is for version 4. Version 5 will come out within 6 months. Anyone who purchases during this promotion will receive a 50% discount on the upgrade from 4 to 5. Making this deal extremely good value.

If I have not covered your question, please ask again.

Version 5 includes amongst other things - command line scripting of encryption and encryption - automation and more.
Arten Science - Feb 26 2012 at 4:03am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton IMPORTANT
This promotion is for version 4 (and all 4.x updates). Version 5 will come out within 6 months. Anyone who purchases during this promotion will receive a 50% discount on the upgrade from 4 to 5. Making this deal extremely good value.
Arten Science - Feb 26 2012 at 4:55am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton IMPORTANT
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Arten Science - Feb 26 2012 at 4:56am Copy Link
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Genie au Travail I have got my licence key today.
Feb 26 2012 at 8:48am Copy Link
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Matt Thank you Steve for upgrade info! I just purchased. Version 5 sounds really good. Thanks again.
Feb 26 2012 at 9:10am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton You are very welcome :-) Nearly caught up with all the licensing ...
Arten Science - Feb 26 2012 at 9:10am Copy Link
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Walela I noticed that you said if we were interested in ContaxCRM and wanted a discount just ask. What is the discount you are offering and how do we order to get the discount?
I purchased R10Cipher IV and myVault yesterday.
Feb 26 2012 at 11:20am Copy Link
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Steve Cholerton Hi Waleda
If you are interested please email me at steveartenscience.com
Cheers - Steve
Arten Science - Feb 26 2012 at 11:55am Copy Link
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Steven Avery Hi Folks,

My goal would be to lock up a few mostly small files with sensitive data either at work, or on a laptop. (well one is 50 megatbytes) Yet I want to be able to get into them quickly, without much hassle for normal use.

Do I want R10, Cute, both or neither ? I am going under the sense that one advantage of your program is ease of use, compared to the Open Source alternatives. If in fact ease of use is a feature (the impression I get from the comments) that is easily worth the Bits price. (Granted I do not know the field well but this is meant for simplicity on my end.)

How does this work in practice ? Is there a response time hit or is the encyrption only applied when the program is closed ?

Apologies if my questions are a bit basic, I have never bothered with encryption even in test or trial, but I know if I were travelling and my laptop were lost I would be upset.

Secondarily I might want to send some project info in encrypted form to a friend, so that I presume is R10 ? Where they have Mr. Decryptor (or the trial version acting as a read-only decryptor, according to your website ?) installed ? Don't they need a special code from me, as well ? Is that transmitted to them in plain text usually, but at some other time and place ? Perhaps u can describe the general philosophy, or point me to the web-page issue.

You do not have an email forum (Yahoogroups or Googlegroups) or a webforum ? It is always a major suggestion.

Steven
Feb 26 2012 at 7:42pm Copy Link
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