fSekrit Alternatives

    fSekrit is described as 'small application for keeping securely encrypted notes. These notes are truly stand-alone; the editor program and your note are merged together into a tiny self-contained program file, bypassing the need to install a special application to view your data' and is an app in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 10 alternatives to fSekrit for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Android, Linux, Mac and Online / Web-based. The best alternative is Milanote, which is free. Other great apps like fSekrit are Notebook PEA (Free, Open Source), CryptoTE (Free, Open Source), iHave.to (Free, Open Source) and NPPCrypt (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jun 16, 2020

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      • Android
      Take simple text notes. You can put them into folders to create your own quick, easy and robust file structure.


      last update 2014; source available in repo

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    1. Yet Another Encrypted Notepad - a Notepad-like simple text editor where files are saved (and later loaded) encrypted with industrial strength algorithms. Available both for the desktop (as a Java application) and on Android.
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    2. Store your most valuable notes in a LockNote. Hide your everyday notes in a safe place. Application and document in one: the mechanism to encrypt and decrypt a note is part of it. Secure, simple, independent. No installation required.


      Last update from 2013, see https://sourceforge.net/projects/locknote/

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    3. Crypto Notepad stands out through its relatively simple design, as it looks very similar to the standard Windows Notepad. It offers a few extra features, such as encryption and a customizable UI, but it remains lightweight and very easy to use.
    4. A beautiful note taking app with passcode protection for your mobiles and tablets.


      Both developer profile and app removed from Play Store

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    5. Google Keep Notes brings Google Keep right into your Firefox Sidebar. Clicking toolbar button will open up Google Keep as a popup as in the tool menu of Mozilla—or you can choose if you want a separate window or a left sidebar.
    6. TheLetterEncrypter is a small (14KB download) AES-based text-encryption program.
    7. Core Encryption Algorithm: AES (Advanced Encryption Standard or Rijndael) Password Hashing Algorithm: SHA512 Able to encrypt most of the languages in the world. Lightweight, efficient, portable (no installation needed).
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