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as well as documentation and some other software that may be of interest. If you're
a developer there's also a Source Code download page
and developer information.
Beta and Legacy Downloads
About the Downloads
AxCrypt 188.8.131.52 Setup
The legacy 184.108.40.206 Setup .exe is only available for older 32-bit versions of Windows
95/98/ME/2000 . Do not install on current versions of Windows.
An article describing what AES-encryption is about for a general audience, Acrobat
- Quick Installation and Usage Guide,
Acrobat Reader required.
- Guía Rápida de Instalación, El
Acrobat Reader requirió. (Contribuido por Ricardo S)
- Guide d'installation et de prise en main rapide,
Acrobat Reader requis. (Contributor wishes to be anonymous)
Technology and Information
- A white paper describing the implementation and tools for building cryptographically
strong software licensing codes and schemes based on shortened elliptic curve signatures.
A really, really, fast command line program for MD5 checksumming and huge file copying
This has little to do with AxCrypt or Xecrets, but it's fairly useful - and can
be used to check the MD5 checksums provided for the AxCrypt distribution. But more
interestingly, it implements a very, very fast file copier specifically optimized
for RAID and SAN environments where there are many active disks making up a single
logical volume. It uses asynchronous I/O to schedule the number of simultaneous
requests that you specify, using the buffer size that you specify. With correct
parameters it can speed up file copying speed in such environments significantly
compared to drag and drop in Windows or COPY or XCOPY. As an extra bonus the MD5
checksum can be calculated on the fly, and optionally used to verify the file actually
written to the destination.
To make it easy to use, the same program comes in three flavors, depending which
name is used to invoke it. So the three versions below are the exact same binary
executable, but the name determines the operating mode and default options selected.
These are command line utilities, just type the program name to find out the full
set of options available.
- The full source code, in a single C++ source file for Visual Studio.
- Defaults to copy files very quickly, optionally calculating MD5 and optionally verifying
- Defaults to calculate the MD5 of a single file with no copying done
- Defaults to just display the MD5 of one or more files