Encode & Decode Text Using KingCrypt
What is Encode & Decode?
In computers, encoding is the process of putting a sequence of characters (letters, numbers, punctuation, and certain symbols) into a specialized format for efficient transmission or storage. Decoding is the opposite process — the conversion of an encoded format back into the original sequence of characters.
Where Encode & Decode is used?
Encoding and decoding are used in data communications, networking, and storage. The term is especially applicable to radio (wireless) communications systems.
The Terms Of Encoding & Decoding
The terms encoding and decoding are often used in reference to the processes of analog-to-digital conversion and digital-to-analog conversion. In this sense, these terms can apply to any form of data, including text, images, audio, video, multimedia, computer programs, or signals in sensors, telemetry, and control systems. Encoding should not be confused with encryption, a process in which data is deliberately altered so as to conceal its content. Encryption can be done without changing the particular code that the content is in, and encoding can be done without deliberately concealing the content.
The code used by most computers for text files is known as ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange, pronounced ASK-ee). ASCII can depict uppercase and lowercase alphabetic characters, numerals, punctuation marks, and common symbols. Other commonly-used codes include Unicode, BinHex, Uuencode, and MIME. In data communications, Manchester encoding is a special form of encoding in which the binary digits (bits) represent the transitions between high and low logic states. In radio communications, numerous encoding and decoding methods exist, some of which are used only by specialized groups of people (amateur radio operators, for example). The oldest code of all, originally employed in the landline telegraph during the 19th century, is the Morse code.
What is KingCrypt?
KingCrypt is a Encode & Decode method that can be used anywhere & anytime.
What is the use of KingCrypt?
It has a lot of use in the security world. It can encode your account password that is stored in your database and it will not show your plain real password. If you want to send a secure message to a company or to your co workers, you can encode your secure message and only your company or people who have KingCrypt can decode your secure message.
How do I use KingCrypt?
Currently, you can use KingCrypt and view the demo at https://kingcrypt.indobisa.com
It is free, you just need a browser, internet connection, and phone/tablet/laptop.
Can I use KingCrypt on Linux or Mac?
Yes you can, KingCrypt can be used on anywhere and any device that have internet connection and a browser.