Protects your private notes with a password. Notebook PEA is a self-decrypting archive, that will never store unencrypted text on your disk.
Free • Open Source
What is Notebook PEA?
Notebook PEAs - encryption of notes. Protects your private notes with a password. The text is never stored unencrypted on your disk (until you explicitly decide to do that). The used cryptographic primitives are currently considered as safe as possible. The Notebook PEA offers a simple text editor with some styling functionality, redo/undo and copy, cut, paste commands, the possibility to change the password or to store the text unencrypted. The text is handled in rich text format (RTF). Notebook PEA is a Password Encrypting Archive (PEA): small (smaller than 200 KiB), round (standalone) and green and requires the Java Runtime Environment.