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Eclipse - Encrypt any text with a hotkey

Eclipse lets you encrypt and decrypt any text "in place". It uses a little command line utility called MySecret to do the actual encryption.

Eclipse uses MySecret command line utility for encryption.


  • Run Eclipse.
  • Select any text and press Ctrl+Shift+E.
  • You will be prompted for a password.
  • After entering the password, the text will be encrypted and pasted back in place.
  • Repeat the action to decrypt the text.
  • Use the system tray menu to exit or forget the password.
  • You may modify the shortcut key by selecting Modify Hotkey from the menu. This will create Eclipse.ini in the program's folder with letting you change your hotkey.
  • You can choose to keep the encrypted/decrypted text in the clipboard or not by ticking the Keep checkbox.
  • Additional options can be configered in the provided INI file.
  • You may hide the tray icon by setting HideIcon=1 in the INI file.