CryptoEdit 1.4.1 protects and encrypt reserved documents

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[prMac.com] Milan, Italy - Tension Software announces availability of CryptoEdit 1.4.1. CryptoEdit is a full featured word processor for reserved documents on Mac OS X, handling TEXT, RTF and RTFD (with images) format. It saves documents on disk always as Blowfish encrypted and is the ideal solution to manage reserved documents with formatted text and images. CryptoEdit is absolutely simple, powerful and secure.

CryptoEdit has full AppleScript integration and can work in combination with Password Repository. Using CryptoEdit to protect confidential document is an easy and secure way to protect precious data, specially on MacBook against the risk of unauthorized access on user data. CryptoEdit can handle text and images with full implemented text search, insertion of images inside documents with just drag and drop, import from other documents in standard TEXT or RTF or RTFD (RTF + images), export as TEXT, RTF or standard RTFD (included images).

Text can be formatted using rules, different font,style, size, color. All the usual manipulations of fonts and styles are available via menu and dialogs. Saving on disk always saves documents as encrypted file using the Blowfish algorithm, even embedded images are encrypted. To avoid security risk CryproEdit doesn't allow to save in plain format, if the user uses cryptoEdit, the user can be sure the data are protected against unauthorized access.

CryptoEdit uses smart Cocoa and C Libraries developed by Tension Software and opens and decrypt or encrypt file on disk in a flash as if they were plain file. CryptoEdit is the ideal solution to generate secure confidential documents.CryptoEdit can also add to every document a public note that everyone can see trying to open the document. This can be used to comunicate a note by the author (if the document is for distribution, as an example, on how to obtain the password) or just a reminder if the document is for internal use only.

Tension Software started in 1997 developing Mac software for Mac OS Classic. Now Tension Software still develops Mac software for Mac OS X using the last Apple technology, Cocoa and Objective-C. All the current Mac production is made by Universal Applications native on both PPC Mac and Intel Mac.

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