AES Encryption from Command Prompt
WARNING: This is a project I work on during my free time. Althought I try my best to make this as secure and bug-free as possible, you should keep it in mind I am not a profesional and just a programming enthusiast...
A simple Windows command line utility to encrypt/decrypt files using the AES algorithm.
aescoder /[e|d] [key] [source file path] [destination file path] /E Encodes the source file using the key. /D Decodes the source file using the key.
1. The key must be a single word. Use hyphens (-) if you have to.
2. If a path isn't provided, the files are taken from and saved to the current directory.
3. If the paths contain spaces, they must be enclosed in double quotation marks (",").
aescodr /e foobar rahul.txt rahul_enc.txt
Encrypts the file rahul.txt with the key 'foobar' and saves it in the same location as 'rahul_enc.txt'
aescodr /d foobar rahul_enc.txt rahul.txt
Decrypts the file rahul_enc.txt with the key 'foobar' and saves it in the same location as 'rahul.txt'
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