WizCrypt is a cross-platform encryption tool. It requires no configuration, uses industry standard RC4 and MD5 encryption, and can be used in scripts for batch operation. It also exposes public APIs that can be used to embed WizCrypt inside any Java application.
Release Notes: An impressive improvement was made in the speed of I/O: about 300% perceivable improvement. A new callback API was added to monitor the progress of encrypt and decrypt operations. The -v option for verbose output was added. Previously, -v was attached to the --version option. Now, for seeing the version, you have to use the long format only --version.
Release Notes: Version 2.0 had a major bug: when accepting a password in interactive mode, it asked for it only once. This has been fixed, and it is highly recommended that 2.0 users upgrade to this version. The -f parameter has been added to force overwriting the destination file. The internal design has also been modified, and now there is a clean API which allows the WizCrypt engine to be embedded inside any application. The WizCrypt project page has documentation on using this API.
Release Notes: Passwords can be given interactively now. A new exit status 7 has been added for failure when run in headless mode and a password is expected interactively. This release runs on JRE 6 and above.
Release Notes: This release adds program exit values for enhanced scriptability. It fixes minor message display bugs.