Password Protect Your TimeSnapper Images!

Password Protect your TimeSnapper images

We snuck out a new version of TimeSnapper last week. The release notes are online.

You may be interested in the main new feature: allowing the cautious user to safeguard their images from prying eyes, through password protection.

When turned on (via the options form) this will cause your snapshots to be encrypted using a bit of algorithmic goodness from the System.Security.Cryptography namespace.

There's also a raft of little tweaks to improve usability, mostly based on feedback received at the forums, or through support emails.

(image at right is from an early work on cryptography, Polygraphique et Vniverselle Escriture by Johannes Trithemius)


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