Tag Archives: notes

Paranoia Text Encryption for PC 12R5E

Type: Freeware
Cost: $0
Size: 954.00 kB
Release date: Feb 08 2018
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  https://paranoiaworks.mobi
Publisher’s Product Page:  https://paranoiaworks.mobi
Country: Czech Republic


Paranoia Text Encryption for PC

Keep your notes, messages (emails, chat posts, social networking posts, SMS, …), cryptocurrency keys (seeds, mnemonics), and other texts safe from all unwanted readers.

Texts are encrypted using strong encryption algorithms: AES (Rijndael) 256bits, RC6 256bit, Serpent 256bit, Blowfish 448bit, Twofish 256bit, GOST 256bit + (Threefish 1024bit and SHACAL-2 512bit for Pro Version) ciphers are available.

A steganography implementation is included (concealing a text within an image – JPG). A steganographic algorithm (F5 algorithm) is used in combination with chosen symmetric cipher algorithm to make a final steganogram (JPEG image).

Fully compatible with Paranoia Text Encryption for iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod) and Secret Space Encryptor for Android – more on: https://paranoiaworks.mobi

Cross-Platform (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, …) versions are available: https://paranoiaworks.mobi/download

A web-based version (client-side AES) is available on: https://pteo.paranoiaworks.mobi

My SCUBA Diary 2.6

Type: Freeware
Cost: $0
Size: 11.39 MB
Release date: Jun 14 2017
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  https://www.myscubadiary.net
Publisher’s Product Page:  https://www.myscubadiary.net
Country: Canada


My SCUBA Diary

My SCUBA Diary is a free, lightweight logbook to manage your dives. It is ideal for anyone who prefers simplicity and efficiency over complex features and functions. Designed to minimize distractions it only include features that a recreational diver really needs to keep memories alive.

My SCUBA Diary imports dive data directly from your dive computer. It can also import any existing dive logs from Suunto Dive Manager. The application is giving you freedom of choice in how you display and export your dive information. The logbook supports multiple units of measure and date formats. All data can be printed out or exported to PDF in several page formats using customizable HTML templates.

Besides that, My SCUBA Diary provides rating and search capabilities that let you filter and find your dives based on multiple criteria. It also calculates a variety of statistics, including SAC rate trends, for any selection of items from your logbook.

Divelogs include:
– date, time, location and site
– length of the dive
– average and maximum depth
– bottom temperature
– used cylinder and gas mix
– SAC rate
– diver’s notes
– buddy’s name
– rating
– dive profile with marked ascend speed violations and other events

Dive statistics include:
– average and maximum depth
– average SAC
– average, longest and total dive time
– average bottom temperature
– plot of the SAC trend over the selected dives

Search and filter functionality:
– search by dive computer
– search by location, site, notes and buddy
– search by range of dates, dive times and depths
– search by gas mix and decompression events
– search by dive rating

Other features:
– support for multiple user profiles
– user defined gear repositories
– user defined and editable dives
– multiple units of measure
– import from DM
– export to PDF and printing in A4/A5 formats using customizable templates
– automatic update notifications

My SCUBA Diary for Linux 2.6

Type: Freeware
Cost: $0
Size: 10.23 MB
Release date: Jun 14 2017
Platform: Linux,Linux Console,Linux Gnome,Linux GPL,Linux Open Source
Publisher’s Site:  https://www.myscubadiary.net
Publisher’s Product Page:  https://www.myscubadiary.net
Country: Canada


My SCUBA Diary for Linux

My SCUBA Diary is a free, lightweight logbook to manage your dives. It is ideal for anyone who prefers simplicity and efficiency over complex features and functions. Designed to minimize distractions it only include features that a recreational diver really needs to keep memories alive.

My SCUBA Diary imports dive data directly from your dive computer. It can also import any existing dive logs from Suunto Dive Manager. The application is giving you freedom of choice in how you display and export your dive information. The logbook supports multiple units of measure and date formats. All data can be printed out or exported to PDF in several page formats using customizable HTML templates.

Besides that, My SCUBA Diary provides rating and search capabilities that let you filter and find your dives based on multiple criteria. It also calculates a variety of statistics, including SAC rate trends, for any selection of items from your logbook.

Divelogs include:
– date, time, location and site
– length of the dive
– average and maximum depth
– bottom temperature
– used cylinder and gas mix
– SAC rate
– diver’s notes
– buddy’s name
– rating
– dive profile with marked ascend speed violations and other events

Dive statistics include:
– average and maximum depth
– average SAC
– average, longest and total dive time
– average bottom temperature
– plot of the SAC trend over the selected dives

Search and filter functionality:
– search by dive computer
– search by location, site, notes and buddy
– search by range of dates, dive times and depths
– search by gas mix and decompression events
– search by dive rating

Other features:
– support for multiple user profiles
– user defined gear repositories
– user defined and editable dives
– multiple units of measure
– import from DM
– export to PDF and printing in A4/A5 formats using customizable templates
– automatic update notifications