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Automatic Detection of New version of the software - Released AEP PRO 5.1.7. Bug fixed: "About/Check for New version..." displays all changes in product's version of website correctly now (Click here to see screenshot)..

October 17, 2009

AEP PRO has nice feature. It can check for newer version on website and display detailed information about all new features and bug fixes in all newer versions. So, the user can decide whether download new installation package or not.

But this feature had bug. In some cases the program did not see any new versions on web site.

Now, we fixed this bug and this feature works fine.

This dialog displays all changes in new versions of the product

 

Automatic Detection of New version of the software - Released AEP PRO 5.1.7

Released AEP PRO 5.1.6 - Improved compatibility with Windows 7. Improved compatibility with Windows 7.

September 24, 2009

Some changes were made in this version and now AEP PRO is fully compatible with Windows 7

Released AEP PRO 5.1.6 - Improved compatibility with Windows 7

Released AEP PRO 5.1.5. Now command line tool (AEPCMD) supports several new commands. Now it is possible to add hash information of used public key to the encrypted file. And command used to check whether the specified public key file was used to encrypt the encrypted file or not..

August 23, 2009

In this version we've added onw command line switch -ADDKEYHASH, used together with command ENCRYPTRSA.

And new command CHECKPUBKEYRSA to check specified public key file against the specified encrypted file.

Information from help file for this command

CHECKPUBKEYRSA - check public key file against encrypted file

This command is used to check whether the specified public key file was used for encrypted file or not.

Use -addkeyhash switch to add hash information using command encryptrsa.

Syntax

CHECKPUBKEYRSA="c:\pathto\publickeyfile.aepkey" c:\path2\encryptedfile.aep

or

CHECKPUBKEYRSA="c:\pathto\publickeyfile.aepkey" c:\path2\*.aep

Compatible switches

-RECURSE

-EXCLUDE

This command generates report looking like

CHECKPUBKEYRSA="C:\aepkeys\test_2048bit_public.aepkey" "C:\temp\fakedisk\Accounting\*.*"

Checking RSA Key

 

The Legend:

[YES] - yes, this public key file was used for file encryption

[NO] - no, another public key file was used for encryption

[NOHASH] - this file has no hash information about public key

[ERR] - other error

 

Processing encrypted file(s)...

C:\temp\fakedisk\Accounting\Affiliated Company.doc.aep .... [NOHASH]

C:\temp\fakedisk\Accounting\Lower of Cost or Market.xls.aep .... [YES]

 

Errorlevels

It is possible to analyze returned code in your batch script in case when you specify single encrypted file, i.e. not file mask. In this case aepcmd returs errorlevels:

0 - it is the public key file was used for encryption of this file. This code is also retured, when you specified single file, but it does not exist.

6 - this encrypted file has no hash information about used public key file (-addkeyhash switch was not used together with encryptrsa command).

7 - the specified public key file is not valid for this encrypted file. I.e. another public key file was used for encryption

other code - error

Released AEP PRO 5.1.5

Released AEP PRO 5.1.0. Major update. Now it is possible to double click an encrypted document, decrypt it, edit it in the associated application and then reencrypt it again. And all these operations are performed in single mouse click! Click here to see screenshots..

August 1, 2009

In this version we've added very handy feature - ability to directly edit encrypted document in single mouse click.

For example, we have the following encrypted document (it is usual document in RTF format):

Encrypted documents in Windows Explorer

Firstly, we double click License.rtf document.

Advanced Encryption Package Professional was already installed on this system and it intercepts the attempt to double click the encrypted file and displays the following password window:

double click encrypted document in windows 7

We enter right password, choose the destiny of encrypted file as "Delete" (encrypted file will be deleted automatically after successful decryption) and click OK button.

If password is correct, the decrypted document will be opened in associated application automatically (in our case it is WordPad):

Open encrypted wordpad rtf document in Windows 7 WordPad

We make changes in this document, then close the Windows 7's WordPad document.

Advanced Encryption Package Professional detects this situation and asks us - would we like to reencrypt the changed document using the same password? We click yes.

Would you like to reencrypt changed document

And the document is reencrypted:

encrypted document

 


 

In this version version, we've also made several minor interface enhancements. For example, when any file is decrypted from shell context menu, the text cursor is set to the password text field firstly.

 

Released AEP PRO 5.1.0

Released AEP PRO 5.0.6. Some minor changes in licensing scheme.

July 27, 2009

This version has some minor changes in licensing scheme.

Released AEP PRO 5.0.6

 

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