Dec 052017
 
Puffer is a shareware Windows file encryption program that is based on the public domain Blowfish algorithm. It's export-legal, but if you register you get a stronger version that is for domestic use only.

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PUFFER 1.0 - Password-based data file and
e-mail encryption utility for Windows. Uses
the Blowfish algorithm for encryption and
the Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) for key
generation. Supports three output formats:
binary, self-extracting executables, and
7-bit text for Internet e-mail. 32-bit
key in shareware version, 160-bit key in
registered version. Also includes a secure
file wipe feature. $20


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Puffer is a shareware Windows file encryption program that is based on the public domain Blowfish algorithm. It’s export-legal, but if you register you get a stronger version that is for domestic use only.
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FILE_ID.DIZ 419 283 deflated
PUFFER.CF_ 22 22 stored
PUFFER.EX_ 159303 153698 deflated
PUFFER.HL_ 13785 12771 deflated
README.TXT 2934 1329 deflated
SETUP.EXE 26112 12380 deflated
SETUP.INI 330 199 deflated

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PUFFER 1.0 - Password-based data file and
e-mail encryption utility for Windows. Uses
the Blowfish algorithm for encryption and
the Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) for key
generation. Supports three output formats:
binary, self-extracting executables, and
7-bit text for Internet e-mail. 32-bit
key in shareware version, 160-bit key in
registered version. Also includes a secure
file wipe feature. $20

Puffer 1.0
Copyright (C) 1995 Kent Briggs
All Rights Reserved


Introduction
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Puffer is a password-based data file and e-mail encryption utility for
Windows. Keep your personal, business, and electronic transmitted data
private. Puffer uses the highly rated Blowfish algorithm for fast,
secure encryption and the Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) for key generation.
Three output formats are supported including binary, self-extracting
executables, and 7-bit text for Internet e-mail. The shareware version
uses a 32-bit encryption key while the registered version (U.S./Canada)
uses the more secure 160-bit key. Puffer also provides a three-pass,
secure file wipe feature for disposing of original (plaintext) files.


License Agreement
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Puffer is copyrighted software distributed as shareware, a "try before
you buy" marketing concept where users are encouraged to copy and share it
with friends and business associates. You are granted a limited 30-day
license to evaluate Puffer to see if it meets your needs. When the
evaluation period expires, you must purchase the registered version or
delete the shareware version. Failure to do so is a violation of the
license agreement. Single user, network server, and unlimited user site
licenses are available. Select "Registration" from the Help menu for more
information.


Disclaimer
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This software is provided as is and without warranty. The author assumes no
liability for damages, either direct or consequential, which may result from
the use of this product.


Association of Shareware Professionals
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Kent Briggs is a member of the Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP).
The ASP wants to make sure that the shareware principle works for you. If
you are unable to resolve a shareware related problem with an ASP member by
contacting the member directly, the ASP may be able to help. The ASP
Ombudsman can help you resolve a dispute or problem with an ASP member, but
does not provide technical support for members' products. Please write to
the ASP Ombudsman at 545 Grover Road, Muskegon, MI 49442-9427 USA.
FAX 616-788-2765 or send a CompuServe message via CompuServe Mail to ASP
Ombudsman 70007,3536.


Beta Test Team
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Special thanks goes to the Puffer beta test team: Mike Denn, David Devers,
Danny Gibbs, Gerald Stump, Joe Stump.



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