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Most file encryptors use methods that rely on the time taken in guessing the key number.
Providing the key length is 128 bits or greater this method works well… for now. XorIt uses a variant of Vernam encryption that can have keys the same size as the file to be encrypted.
Thus, if you are encrypting a 5 MB file, then you can have a 40 Million bit key! This is virtually unbreakable by any computer, especially when you consider that the file must also be checked with each combination to see if it is decrypted.
Furthermore, the key file can be anything – a program, a swap file, an image of your cat or even a music file. For maximum efficiency, XorIt has been written in Assembly Language.







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The XorIt Serial Key file encryption program is designed to allow you to encrypt
and decrypt files without the need to install additional software. It
is portable (runs on a run-time environment) and will run on a 586
processor PC. It has been written in Assembly Language, and will run on
a PC with a minimum of RAM of approximately 16 Kilobytes.

XorIt Cracked Version is fully integrated into the standard command line interface and doesn’t impact the performance of your PC.

XORIt is designed for the home user and small business in mind, and
because of this it is very easy to use. It will take a couple of
minutes to set up XORIt, after that you can encrypt and decrypt your
files without having to worry about other programs slowing down the

Because XORIt is text-based it is perfectly safe to use with your
personal data, unlike programs such as Microsoft Crypto (which can
install a hidden backdoor).

Installation & Uninstallation:

To install the program simply copy the files from the xorit.zip file into a directory of your choice (it is best to move the directory to the root drive or at least a user level directory)

To uninstall the program simply delete the xorit.zip file and the xorit directory.

How does it work?

Files stored in the encrypted format are broken up into 16 byte blocks.
The key file is broken up into 16 byte blocks.
Each block is XORed with the first block of the file in a loop, while
decrypting the file. The blocks are XORed in reverse order.
The length of each block is matched, which means that there is enough
memory to check all possible blocks of the key.

How large can the key file be?

The key file can be any file, it doesn’t have to be a program, it doesn’t even have to be in binary format. You can XOR the keys of your cats.

Why XORIt?

XORIt uses a relatively strong cipher algorithm (based on the Vernam Cipher) to encrypt the file. Like most cipher algorithms it is highly resistant to online search engines. XORIt is better than other encryptions because the files are normally the same size, and thus easier to XOR. The cipher can also be stored


Unicode KeyFileFile Size:
8 MB (8,192,000 bytes)
13 MB (13,063,600 bytes)
16 MB (16,384,000 bytes)
20 MB (20,072,000 bytes)
32 MB (32,768,000 bytes)
40 MB (40,967,200 bytes)
56 MB (56,128,000 bytes)
128 MB (128,196,800 bytes)
256 MB (256,392,800 bytes)
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Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) shot and killed Miami-born, Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, 38, on May 6 following a chase in Pembroke Pines.

The FBI said that Kareem was trained by the Islamic State in 2015 and planned to attack a gathering of the Knights of Columbus at a Florida synagogue.

In a press release the bureau said Kareem was “planning and preparing terrorist acts” before his death.

Johnson’s attorney, Michael Hernandez, wants to prevent prosecutors from charging his client with a hate crime, though that is not something that law enforcement has said was a motive in the case.

Abdul Kareem was shot and killed by ATF agents after they chased him and a group of men across several parking lots at The Commons apartment complex.

The FBI released this picture of Abdul Kareem in 2015 taken from social media.

The FBI press release said that Kareem was trained by the Islamic State in Raqqa, Syria.

And while the federal investigators were not able to find a gun on Kareem at the time of his death, they did find a helmet, gun holster and ammunition that was either already in his possession or he had recently purchased, though he was not able to secure the gun.

The helmet was found at his home, the holster was found in his car, and the ammunition was found on the counter of a jewelry store that he was visiting.

That is all they can say so far about the ammunition, but Kareem was most likely in possession of at least

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Note: The file you enter the key into is used as a template – it is encrypted using the key and then used to create a copy of itself called the target file. It is encrypted using an iterative method, so that it may be cracked but not solved

Option 2:
The second version of XorIt is completely different to XorIt, and is used to encrypt or decrypt large files. It is a variant of Vernam encryption where each key is checked and the key that does not break the encryption is kept (See Vernam Encryption)

Option 3:
This is the first version of XorIt and is very similar to option 1, but it does not use a password to decrypt it, it uses the file to be encrypted to create a key for itself. The file is encrypted using a “dictionary” style method using a password, then the file is encrypted again with a new dictionary each time.
This method is harder to crack as it has the advantage of being more efficient. However, the method to create the dictionary and remove it after use can be vulnerable to dictionary attack.

Another XorIt variant:
It uses a cryptographic hash function to create a 64 bit key from a password, and again hashes this key to create an encryption key. Again it uses the file to encrypt and decrypt an additional copy of itself using the hash and key. This version also checks with the original to see that the two keys are equal.

Favourite Design of XorIt:
The main method is the Vernam cipher and it is what we believe XorIt is best known for. While others may say otherwise, I believe this method not only makes the code easy to understand, but also makes it the most secure.
Further more, the file that we input to encrypt is used as a template and is decrypted using a different dictionary each time. It is then encrypted with the key created and xored again using the decrypted version of the template. The process of using the file to create the key, then the template is decrypted and used to create the target file is iterative, the cycle repeats until the target file is fully encrypted. This means that to crack the encryption we need the key for the first cycle to try to decrypt the data and also the key for the last cycle to attempt to crack. In the first cycle the data is encrypted using the

What’s New In?

XorIt(by Ami) replaces the one-time encryption and decryption of sensitive data such as cryptographic keys with a faster multi-user key rotation method. The user can supply a key file which is encrypted using some other process, transferred to the device, and used to unlock that data for many years (see figure 1).
It uses Xor to swap the key file and original file, and then Xor’s ordering of values to assign a value to the first 8 bytes of the decrypted file. The key is never stored on the computer being used.
The XorIt method was designed to replace one-time pad encryption and other methods in which a user can decode the same key file each time. On the other hand, XorIt can make additional methods (such as the simple method provided by the PC-Anywhere, Microsoft VPN, etc.) run orders of magnitude faster than the native lock.
Software for XorIt:
XorIt requires at least version 6.0 of the AnyDump DumpView family of software in order to function properly. The following files are required to unlock the contents of the key file on other PCs:


If you want something simple, you can use the builtin Windows Crypto API, for example:
DWORD GetUnlockKey(HWND hwnd, LPBYTE databuf)
ULONG ulHashKey;
DWORD retval = CryptHashData(CERT_NAME_BLOB, NULL, 0, (BYTE*)databuf,
databuf->GetLength(), 0, NULL, &ulHashKey);
DWORD ulHash = ulHashKey;
BYTE uubKey[16] = { 0 };
UINT unzBuffLen = 32;
BYTE *pKey = (BYTE*)databuf;
ULONG ulBytesRead = 0;
ULONG ulBitsRead = 0;
UINT uszBuf = databuf->GetLength();
ULONG ulBitsInKey = 0;

System Requirements:

Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
2GB RAM or more
Windows 98 or later
512MB RAM or more
A PC with at least 80GB free HDD space or a laptop with USB memory drive
A broadband internet connection
100Mbps download speed or more
Adobe Reader or higher version of Acrobat
1GB Adobe Flash Player or higher version
Microsoft Silverlight, Java or PDF Reader
A compatible camera (

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