Adding supplemental security measures when creating new programs in order to make it very difficult for anyone to get their hands on the code is very important. It is also a task that can be quite complex and difficult to carry out, unless a set of appropriate tools are available.
There is a good number of encryption utilities which can be used by developers and among them one can try PEncrypt. This is a very small application that aims to make Portable Executables (PE) more secure with minimal efforts.
An important advantage of this tool is the fact that it doesn’t have to be installed, so it can be deployed from any storage device the user decides to carry it on and it will still work properly. The minimalistic interface is bent on practicality, so PEncrypt will get the job done without too much efforts.
The selection of the target file is pretty straightforward and there is also a neat feature that makes it possible to create a backup of the executable chosen for processing before the actual encryption takes place.
Before proceeding to the encoding part, users might want to take a look inside the ‘Options’ area and choose the protection methods hat will be applied. Most of those features are available for older versions of Windows, so users can try on more modern iterations of Microsoft’s proprietary operating system the options which are not marked ‘9x/ME Only’.
Thus, PEncrypt enables users to input the desired number of encryptor layers, activate camouflage jump to decryptor, anti application level debuggers, as well as use polymorphic encryptors. The settings created for the older OS editions include anti-dump, anti-SICE and kill debug regs, anti-ICEdump’s/TRACEX and also destroy PE header.
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– Create and edit PENcrypted File (PE)
– Encode/Decode PENcrypted File
– Portable Executable (PE) support
– Create/Delete/Read/Write/Move/Copy/Kill/Compress/Delete Registry entries
– Run/Stop/Undo/Retry/Skip/Compare PENcrypted Files
– Anti-Malware support
– Anti-Modification support
– Anti-Debugging support
– Anti-Dumping support
– Anti-Disassembly support
– Anti-Tampering support
– Anti-Proxy support
– Anti-Spoofing support
– Anti-Reverse Engineering support
– Anti-Trojan support
– Anti-Virus support
– Anti-Sniffing support
– Anti-Repudiation support
– Anti-Spam support
– Anti-Phishing support
– Anti-Stealing support
– Anti-Patching support
– Anti-Encryption key recovery support
– Clone any disk/file/folder/registry
– Create/Read/Write/Move/Copy/Delete/Compare with/to/from any folder/file/registry/resource/media
– Anti-Piracy support
– Anti-Stealing support
– Anti-Proxying support
– Anti-Browser hijacking support
– Anti-Lock/Anti-Binding support
– Anti-Password/Passkey recovery support
– Support NTLM/LM/NTLMv2
– Password Protection
– Encrypt/Decrypt any memory
– Encrypt/Decrypt any file/folder
– Encrypt/Decrypt registry
– Encrypt/Decrypt file
– Encrypt/Decrypt data/stream/decompress
– Encrypt/Decrypt app file
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear any file
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear Registry
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear Registry Entry
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear any content/data/stream
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear process/memory
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear any process/memory
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear process
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear any process
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear process’ memory
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear process’ memory
– Encrypt/Decrypt/Clear process’ stack memory
This option is aimed at protecting the integrity of your keys. A key is a sequence of bytes that is used to encrypt/decrypt data, a key and its corresponding MAC is often referred to as a key pair. It is very important that the users know which key they are about to use for a particular task. This option allows the user to create a key and generate its MAC. The user can keep the key file in their permanent storage, or send it through the communication channel with a recipient. In the latter case, the recipient will use the key to encrypt/decrypt data, which can be sent to you.
The file can be created manually by entering the desired key. A predefined one is available for those users who are tired of entering data manually. Alternatively, the user can also select from the existing list of registered keys.
This option is used to select a type of font to be used when displaying the encryption results. There are a couple of different types of fonts that you can select, among them Courier and Comic Sans MS. There is also a predefined option in the form of a name which is: ANSI. You may also want to have a look inside the ‘Options’ area and select a new font for this purpose. The default setting is to use the current ANSI font which can be different between versions of Windows.
There are a number of different color options available to the users when running the program. The most basic way of telling apart is by checking if a color is predefined and if it is then what color it is, or, if the user wants to create one of his/her own, there is a list of the available options that are to be used in the ‘Options’ area.
Textile is a type of colored background image that is used to place texts during the encryption process. This makes it possible to remove the need for text files that might have predefined colors, which would make it extremely difficult for a user to correctly decipher the information if it were to receive a textual file with this feature.
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This option is used to set the current background color that is to be used when displaying the encryption results. There are a couple of different ways in which this can be achieved, the most straightforward being to choose a color from the predefined list. If the user wants to create one of his/her own, there is a list of the available options that
PEncrypt, originally named Pezy, was written in 2002 by Dermot Hickey. It was first released in 2003. I decided to update PEncrypt to a recent version from 2006-2007, as many people can’t read the forum anymore. It is still a freeware, you can download the updated version on the site. The older version is still available, but it’s not updated or supported.
PEncrypt supports many platforms and currently builds for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7. Windows 7 is still work in progress and a future release will be available.
PEncrypt has a small and usable GUI (Graphical User Interface). It’s an easy tool to use and doesn’t require a lot of setup. It’s a nice tool for users who want to go easy on the security of their programs. The GUI is pretty well organized, it’s not cluttered, and it is very easy to navigate through it.
PEncrypt is released under the GPL license. This means that anyone can use it as long as they don’t resell the program or make it available for free or at cost.
PEncrypt is a command line tool and has no graphical user interface (GUI). You will need to write your own program in order to integrate the tool in your own applications.
PEncrypt supports wide variety of platforms. It currently builds for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Windows 7 is still work in progress and a future release will be available.
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If you want to use PEncrypt you will need to download the latest version, which was released in August 2007.
You can download the latest version of PEncrypt from the links below:
Users of PEncrypt are recommended to download the latest version. If you haven’t done so, it is recommended that you also download the latest version.
PEncrypt is a very small and simple application. It is just a couple of dozen lines of code and there are only a couple of options available. PEncrypt takes very little space. It takes up less than 4.5MBytes of disk space
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PEncrypt is a free tool that is used to encrypt selected PE file with help of the NAP (Nucleus Access Processor) interface.
Based on the user-defined options, the program will perform the encryption in a way it is unable to be disassembled in any way.
1. Choose the file
Just double click on the file or open the file using Windows Explorer.
2. Enter the desired number of encryptor layers.
It is obvious that adding the number of desired encryptor layers will drastically increase the time it takes the process to complete. It is recommended to enter the desired number of encryptor layers first, then check the final status of the encryption and if everything seems to be okay, it is recommended to skip to the next step.
3. Enter the password
This step is optional but it is highly recommended to make the encryption process as secure as possible.
4. Select the appropriate algorithm
PEncrypt supports 2 different cryptographic algorithms – AES and RSA. Depending on the software security policy, the user can select between those 2 options.
The AES encryption algorithm is chosen by default. If that’s what the user prefers, then he/she can skip the next step.
5. Specify the volume offset
The volume offset option is used to specify the location where the encrypted file is going to be stored.
6. Optionally, create a backup copy of the executable.
A backup copy is a file that will be created when the encryption process is finished and the user can delete the file before starting the process. This is useful to make sure the encryption is as secure as possible.
7. Choose the settings for the PE header
This step is optional but it is very helpful to make the task done faster.
8. Activate camouflage jump to decryptor
This option is useful when you have to decrypt a file that has been encrypted with another decryptor.
9. Antidump on/off
This option is very useful when users have to create something more advanced.
10. Kill debug regs on/off
When the user decides to use this option, a new window will be opened where he/she will have the possibility to select/clear the necessary registry keys.
11. Anti-SICE on/off
When the user decides to use this option, a new window will be opened where he/she will have the possibility to select/clear the necessary Windows SICE keys.
12. Anti-ICEdump on/off
When the user decides to use this option, a new window will be opened where he/she will have the possibility to select/clear the necessary Windows ICDump
System Requirements For PEncrypt:
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