Vernam

“Vernam” is a command line tool encrypt or decrypt data and files. It uses a cryptographic secure pseudo random number generator (CSPRNG) to generate a pseudo random stream of key data based on a user password and a random salt to encrypt (and decrypt) any plain (and cipher) data. This algorithm is known as Vernam cipher named after the engineer Gilbert Vernam.

The program is open source, i.e. the source code is freely available. A short user guide is available from the program by “vernam --help”.

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Program help output.
Program help output.

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vernam_Linux.tar.gz
vernam_Linux.tar.gz
Description:Compiled program for Linux
Version:0.1.0
System:Linux
Languages:English
Size:0.01 MB
   
vernam_CYGWIN_NT-6.1-WOW64.tar.gz
vernam_CYGWIN_NT-6.1-WOW64.tar.gz
Description:Compiled program for Windows+Cygwin
Version:0.1.0
System:Cygwin (Windows XP/Vista/7/8)
Languages:English
Size:0.03 MB
   
vernam_src.tar.gz
vernam_src.tar.gz
Description:Source code
Version:0.1.0
System:C++
Languages:English
Size:0.01 MB
   

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