StringEncryptL Trial

StringEncryptL is a part of the StringEncrypt family (StringEncryptL, StringEncryptW, StringEncryptX) that allows the user to both encrypt/encode and decode/decrypt a piece of text. The primary purpose is to allow software developers to hide their string constants by encrypting/encoding them to make the harder for crackers to determine their contents. Encryption is performed using a simple XOR cipher, using the user-supplied encryption key, and it is then Base64 encoded. Decryption is performed by Base64 decoding the text and then decrypting it using the user-supplied encryption key. The encryption results are presented to the user in both normal text and in
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@Help

@Help is a CHM file viewer/help system for the Linux operating system. @Help is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions and has been test on both CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. It may work on other distributions as well.
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