mobilEEnigma

mobilEEnigma


mobilEEnigma is an application to safely cipher or encrypt any plain text typed with a Android devices.

With mobilEEnigma this is very easy to do: just type in your plain text, select a secret password or pass phrase then, by pressing the Cipher menu option, the plain text will be ciphered and copied to the device's memory, ready to be pasted into another application like SMS, email, notes, etc...

To decipher the ciphered text, copy it to the device's memory from the application used, then start mobilEEnigma, type the secret password or pass phrase used to cipher the original plain text, select the Decipher menu option, and your plain text will appear in the editor.
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4.0
User ratings
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Installs
100+
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0
File size
98 kb
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About mobilEEnigma
mobilEEnigma is an application to safely cipher or encrypt any plain text typed with a Android devices.

With mobilEEnigma this is very easy to do: just type in your plain text, select a secret password or pass phrase then, by pressing the Cipher menu option, the plain text will be ciphered and copied to the device's memory, ready to be pasted into another application like SMS, email, notes, etc...

To decipher the ciphered text, copy it to the device's memory from the application used, then start mobilEEnigma, type the secret password or pass phrase used to cipher the original plain text, select the Decipher menu option, and your plain text will appear in the editor.

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A Google User
Oct 30, 2012
great WW II coding machine Had Adolf Hitler had this Enigma in WW II, Germany would have won the war. If you cipher some plaintext 10 x over, the app seems to freeze or work for a very long time. Other than that, works as advertised. I wonder how secure it really is, though. How many "Walzen" ? How may sockets in "Steckerbrett" ? Is it M4 Kriegsmarine Enigma code ? Or the "Abwehr Enigma" ?
A Google User
Oct 30, 2012
great WW II coding machine Had Adolf Hitler had this Enigma in WW II, Germany would have won the war. If you cipher some plaintext 10 x over, the app seems to freeze or work for a very long time. Other than that, works as advertised. I wonder how secure it really is, though. How many "Walzen" ? How may sockets in "Steckerbrett" ? Is it M4 Kriegsmarine Enigma code ? Or the "Abwehr Enigma" ?