FooCrypt, A Tale Of Cynical Cyclical Encryption

Preferences

 

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Preferences is ‘FooCrypt, A Tale Of Cynical Cyclical Encryption’
configuration and master control area.

 

Giving you the user, options and variations that takes FooCrypt into the direction you need to go.

 

Functionality Break Down

Select Logs Home

  • Select FooCrypt Logs Home Directory
  • DEFAULT LOCATION Darwin : [ Users Home Directory ]/Library/Caches/net.Cryptopocalypse.FooCrypt
  • DEFAULT LOCATION Linux : [ Users Home Directory ]/FooCrypt
  • DEFAULT LOCATION Solaris : [ Users Home Directory ]/FooCrypt

Select Bin Start

  • Select Bin Search Start Location
  • DEFAULT LOCATION : /

Select Bin OpenSSL

  • Select OpenSSL Version
  • DEFAULT VERSION Darwin : [ whence openssl searching ][ PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin ]
  • DEFAULT VERSION Linux : [ whence openssl searching ][ PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin ]
  • DEFAULT VERSION Solaris : [ whence openssl searching ][ PATH=/usr/xpg4/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin:/opt/csw/bin ]
  • openssl version displayed

Select Bin Expect

  • Select Expect Version
  • DEFAULT VERSION Darwin : [ whence expect searching ][ PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin ]
  • DEFAULT VERSION Linux : [ whence expect searching ][ PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin ]
  • DEFAULT VERSION Solaris : [ whence expect searching ][ PATH=/usr/xpg4/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin:/opt/csw/bin ]
  • expect version displayed

Bin Wish

  • Wish [ Tcl / Tk ] is embedded into the FooCrypt, A Tale Of Cynical Cyclical Encryption Application Bundle by using StarKit packaging technology
  • Wish is a configurable startup item selectable via the FooCrypt CLI.
  • *Note : Wish Version Is Only Able To Be Changed On X11 Windowing Systems

IKM_Data

  • Show IKM Data In The Text Window After The Data Is Imported

IKM_BarChart

  • Show IKM Bar Chart After The Data Is Imported
  • ( See Graphic 1 Below )

 

Graphic 1 : Bar Chart Example

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Bar Charts are a quick and easy way for you to determine the randomness of the data

Click the : ‘|Counted = ‘ Text Line to close

CASCII_BarChart

  • Show Count ASCII Occurrences Bar Charts

CLTAP

  • Change Log Window To Active Process

MSG_Box

  • Show Message Box Dialog Windows

MSG_Log

  • Log Message Box Dialogs To AllStdOutLog

IWMA_Data

  • Show IWMA Data In The Text Window After The Data Is Imported

IWMA_BarChart

  • Show IWMA Bar Chart After The Data Is Imported ( See Graphic 1 Above )

Flash_AutoKey

  • Flash FooKeyBoard Active Destination Button and AutoKey Key

AutoKey

  • Auto Key Press FooKeyBoard ASCII Character Key Under Mouse Cursor After About ( 2 – 3 ) Seconds

Verbose

  • Displays All GUI Executed External Commands In FooCrypt-GUI Log File
  • [ Logs Home ]/[ YYYYMMDDHHMMSS ]_[ HOSTNAME ]_FooCrypt/[ YYYYMMDDHHMMSS ]_[ HOSTNAME ]_FooCrypt_[ PROCESS ID ].log
  • Applies [ -D | Display Debug Expect Output ] Switch To All FooCrypt Spawned Process From The GUI

MD [ Drop Down Box ]

  • ( See Graphic 2 Below )
  • Message Digest Drop Down Box Containing The Available Message Digests For The Version Of OpenSSL
  • The MD setting is passed via the command line to openssl via the -md switch.
  • *Note : MD5 is set as default For compatibility across openssl versions.
  • OpenSSL 1.0.2 and lower Utilises MD5 as the default message digest.
  • OpenSSL 1.1.0 and higher Utilises SHA256 as the default message digest.

 

Graphic 2 : MD

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IWMB_Data

  • Show IWMB Data In The Text Window After The Data Is Imported

IWMB_BarChart

  • Show IWMB Bar Chart After The Data Is Imported ( See Graphic 1 Above )

IWMB_Summary

  • Show Binary Import Summary

IWMB_Save_Dump

  • Save IWMB Data In The Log Directory After The Data Has Been Imported

IWMB_KILL

  • Automatically KILL IWMB Once ( IWMB_Seek + IWMB_Count ) Characters Have Been Read From The Binary File

FWT [ Drop Down Box ]

  • FIFO Wait Time In Milliseconds
  • ( See Graphic 3 Below )
  • Range : 200 To 1000 In Increments of 50
  • *Default : 250
  • Depending On Your System Configuration And Performance, The Default Setting Of FWT May Need To Be Increased When TCL/TK Errors Highlighting FIFO Not Found Occur.

 

Graphic 3 : FWT

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IWMB_Seek

  • IWMB_Seek : Press Enter After Updating

IWMB_Count

  • IWMB_Count : Press Enter After Updating

FooKey_LCS

  • FooKey Line Count Start : Press Enter After Updating

Scroll_Logs

  • Scroll Logs On OutPut

SD [ Drop Down Box ]

( See Graphic 3 Below )

  • Log Window Scroll_Delay ( Listing Is In Milliseconds )
  • Range
  • 0 – 10 in increments of 1
  • 10 – 1000 in increments of 10

 

Graphic 3 : SD

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Max_Gen_Random

  • Maximum Number of Random Numbers To Generate Into The Random Data Memory Buffer : Press Enter After Updating

Test_Min_ARG-MAX

  • ARG_MAX Test Start Number : Press Enter After Updating

Text_Max_ARG_MAX

  • ARG_MAX Test End Number : Press Enter After Updating

FooKey_ARG_MAX

  • ARG_MAX Setting For Fookey Generation : Press Enter After Updating
  • ARG_MAX Setting For Standard File Encryption : Press Enter After Updating

DDB [ Drop Down Box ]

  • Select The Source Of Random Data
  • ( See Graphic 4 Below )
  • /dev/random : Uses /dev/random from the operating system as the source of random data
  • /dev/urandom : Uses /dev/urandom from the operating system as the source of random data
  • /FooCrypt/Internal : Uses FooCrypt’s internal random data generator as the source of random data
  • /FooCrypt/Piper : Use’s ANY possible random data generator as the source of random data
  • Note : /dev/random is not available for use on the Linux version.
  • Example /FooCrypt/Piper Config :
  • Using OpenSSL’s random number engine [ openssl rand 99999999 ] with the output redirected to the /FooCrypt/Piper input source
  • Using the UNIX Command yes as the source of random data [ yes ] with the output redirected to the /FooCrypt/Piper input source
  • The possibilities are unlimited.
  • /FooCrypt/Piper can accept any random number generator that can conform to a standard POSIX named pipe [ fifo ] as an output destination which can be easily obtained via a simple standard out redirection to the fifo.
  • openssl rand 99999 > [ PATH TO FIFO ]

 

Graphic 4 : Select The Source Of Random Data

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DDB [ Drop Down Box ]

  • Select The Default Cypher To Use
  • ( See Graphic 5 Below )
  • DEFAULT : FooCrypt-aes256

 

Graphic 5 : Select The Default Cypher To UsePicture

 

Master Password

  • Master Password : Press Enter After Updating
  • DEFAULT : FooCrypt
  • Master Password is re-initialised to the DEFAULT setting upon each invocation of FooCrypt.
  • Master Password is utilised as the base encryption / decryption password for FooCrypt to save / load FooKey’s
  • Master Password is utilised as the base encryption / decryption password for FooCrypt to save / load preference settings
  • Maximum length of ARG_MAX

 

Reset Lock Password

  • Local Password is used on each invocation of FooCrypt to LOCK FooCrypt so no one else can access FooCrypt whilst your away from your computer
  • Sample color sequences are display in Graphic 6

 

Graphic 6 : Sample color ranges

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( Full RGB color spectrum is available )
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C0

  • Select Window Ridge Back Ground Color

C1

  • Select FooKeyBoard | Cypher Key Control | Log Window | Back Ground Color

C2

  • Select FooKeyBoard | Cypher Key Control | Log Window | Buttons Back Ground Color

C3

  • Select Help and Message Text Back Ground Color

C4

  • Select Help and Message Text Color

C5

  • Select Cypher Key Control Text Back Ground Color

C6

  • Select Cypher Key Control Text Color

C7

  • Select Log Window Back Ground Text Color

C8

  • Select Log Window Text Color

CC1

  • Cycle Through Standard Colors 1 : C0 : C1 : C2

CC2

  • Cycle Through Standard Colors 2 : C0 : C1 : C2

SI

  • Select GIF Image
  • Supported File Types [ GIF and PPM image formats ]
  • The selected single frame image is loaded into FooCrypt and Displayed
  • The selected multi frame GIF image is loaded into FooCrypt, Displayed and Animated as per GIFFD timings

STEGANOGRAPHY

  • Pass Image Through The Steganography RGB Processing Demo
  • Get an insight into the future of FooCrypt’s Steganography Processing Of Images

GFD

  • GIF Flash Delay
  • ( See Graphic 7 )
  • Delay between the displaying of each frame of the GIF Image
  • Listing is in milliseconds
  • Range 25 – 10000 in increments of 25

 

Graphic 7 : GIF Flash Delay

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Hide : Preferences Window

  • To hide the preferences window, select the window manager ‘x’ symbol

Menu Options

( See Graphic 11 Below )

Hide

  • Hide the Preferences Window

Show

  • Show the Preferences Window

Default

  • ( See Graphic 8 Below )
    Load Default Preferences Settings

Available Schemes

  • 1000000000000,DefaultFooCryptPreferences
  • 1000000000001,Color_Scheme_Black_Boarders
  • 1000000000002,Color_Scheme_Blue_Boarders
  • 1000000000003,Color_Scheme_Brown_Boarders
  • 1000000000004,Color_Scheme_Cyan_Boarders
  • 1000000000005,Color_Scheme_Green_Boarders
  • 1000000000006,Color_Scheme_Magenta_Boarders
  • 1000000000007,Color_Scheme_Orange_Boarders
  • 1000000000008,Color_Scheme_Purple_Boarders
  • 1000000000009,Color_Scheme_Red_Boarders
  • 1000000000010,Color_Scheme_White_Boarders
  • 1000000000011,Color_Scheme_Yellow_Boarders
  • 1000000000012,Color_Scheme_TopSecretCypherKeyControlText
  • 1000000000013,Color_Scheme_WhiteHat
  • 1000000000014,Color_Scheme_BlackHat

 

Graphic 8 : Default

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Delete

  • Delete the Saved Preferences Config File
  • [ FooHome ]/.FooCrypt_Preferences

Load

  • ( See Graphic 9 Below )
  • Load A Saved Preferences Config from the Config File
  • [ FooHome ]/.FooCrypt_Preferences
  • Select the unix time stamped and description to load

Graphic 9 : Load

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Save

  • ( See Graphic 10 Below )
  • Save The Current Preferences Settings to the Config File
  • [ FooHome ]/.FooCrypt_Preferences
  • Enter a description to label the Preferences Config Settings

 

Graphic 10 : Save

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Export

  • Export The Current Preferences Settings to a file

Import

  • Import Preferences Settings from a file

 

Graphic 11 : Menu Options

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