FooCrypt, A Tale Of Cynical Cyclical Encryption
Basic Security Profile

 

  • Operating System instance security model constraints ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POSIX Applicable security models )
  • Programming languages security constraints ( Tcl/Tk, KSH, C, Expect )
  • POSIX compliance constraints ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POSIX )
  • We trust that your OS Instance Is Secure and Compliant
  • ​FooCrypt runs from ANYWHERE, except ANYWHERE BUT
  • Software keyboard & software mouse clicks which are all internal to the programming language
  • View able text controlled by colour schemes
  • Identifiable cursor positioning
  • Binary key sources are unlimited
  • Random data key sources are unlimited
  • Key length per encryption cycle of the cypher is maxed by DEFAULT
  • Cypher selection is limited to any available cypher engine you have access to ( OpenSSL by DEFAULT )
  • Number of total cycles are only constrained by time and hardware constraints
  • 50 cycles ( layers ) of encryption is the DEFAULT configuration which contains 25650 total characters, 24250 random / binary sourced characters @ 512 characters per cycle, protected by MD5 Checksums, which is encrypted in a single cycle ( layer ) of encryption by DEFAULT.

By DEFAULT, FooCrypt establishes a password strength with 4.18640577277337772e+1016 Possible Combinations using any data as a source to create a FooKey, including your least favourite tune, or extremely fuzzy ID Photo.