happened to find this not bad software to keep my files and folders safe! Even the free trial version has the fantastic functions to protect any private files from being seen by anyone except me. With it I can encrypt, hide or lock anything I want, amazin

tr '[A-Za-z]' '[N-ZA-Mn-za-m]'
I noticed some spammer posted an advertisement here for "not bad" encryption. Unfortunately, their software only runs under Microsoft Windows and fails to work from the commandline. My shell script improves upon those two aspects, with no loss in security, using the exact same "military-grade" encryption technology, which has the ultra-cool codename "ROT-13". For extra security, I recommend running ROT-13 twice.
Sample Output
Lrf, guvf vf n wbxr. Cyrnfr qba'g engr zr qbja.

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By: hackerb9
2010-04-30 10:07:27

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Nice! I was looking for some "not bad military-grade" encryption. Your ROT-13 sounds much better and more secure than the Wonderpets Unsafelock that the other guy is selling. Does your free trial version have "the fantastic functions to protect any private files from being seen by anyone except me"? That is a deal breaker right there, I need my fantastic functions! ;-)
cob05 · 424 weeks and 2 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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