Blue Tango – The Text Scrambler – Password Report
This helper application allows you to see what passwords you have stored under your username. You will see those you have placed in each section of the product, including all of the ones on your sender lists.
The following explains where passwords can be supplied:
- In the general settings/tools, you can place a scrambling password, a scrambling password hint, and an unscrambling password. These will apply to the entire application.
- The password you supplied to log-in is not used for scrambling or unscrambling except in that personal free-form area in the general settings/tabs.
- The unscramble password in the general/settings panel will always be tried in any unscrambling operation anywhere in the application.
- The scrambling password and its optional hint in the general settings/tools panel will only be used for scrambling if no other password has been supplied down the line (that will be explained later).
- Many people use the exact same scrambling password all the time, so they place that password in the general settings/options panel and they always leave all other scrambling passwords blank.
- Many people place their single scrambling password in the unscrambling password box in the general settings/tools area as well. Then they can scramble and unscramble their own text any time they want since they always use the same password for scrambling and that same password is entered in the general unscrambling password box.
- Now, the intermixed area is typically for more formal communications and the separate area is typically for less formal communications. Many people choose to create a different password for scrambling in those two situations. So a scrambling password and its optional hint can be placed in each of the settings/tools panels for the intermixed and the separate areas. For instance, if you place a scrambling password in the general area, and a different scrambling password in the intermixed area, and leave the scrambling password blank in the separate area, the following occurs (if you don't provide yet another override password to be explained later…): Any scrambling in the intermixed - rich text or intermixed - plain text area will use the scrambling password and optional hint from the intermixed - settings/tools panel. Any scrambling in the separate - rich text or separate - plain text area will use the scrambling password and optional hint from the general settings/tools panel (since no password was supplied in the separate - settings/tools panel).
- Each of the four major areas (intermixed - rich text, intermixed - plain text, separate - rich text, separate - plain text) has its own scrambling and unscrambling panels. Those panels also allow the entry of a scrambling password and hint and an unscrambling password. If you put a password in that panel (like in the intermixed - rich text - scramble panel), it, along with its hint will be used for that particular scrambling, overriding any lower-level scrambling passwords and hints. Most users always leave that scrambling password blank. However, if someone tells you to use a particular password at a particular moment (different from your normal scrambling password), you can place it in that panel and it will be used. Just be sure to remove it from that panel after you no longer need it or it will be used every time you scramble in that area of the application. So this means you could actually set up four "permanent" scrambling passwords in each of the four areas (intermixed - rich text, intermixed - plain text, separate - rich text, separate - plain text) by entering them in those four areas and leaving them there.
- If you place an unscrambling password in any of the four major areas' panels (intermixed - rich text, intermixed - plain text, separate - rich text, separate - plain text), that password is tried for unscrambling in addition to those in the lower levels. So unscrambling passwords do not override each other, they are simply all tried in an attempt to unscramble. So if you are in the intermixed - rich text area, up to three unscrambling passwords (if supplied) will each be used in an attempt to unscramble: the one in the intermixed - rich text - scramble panel, the one in the intermixed - settings/tools panel, and the one in the general settings/tools panel. Any unscrambling password not in its line of vision will not be used (like the one you may have entered in the separate - settings/tools panel).
- In the intermixed - settings/tools panel and in the separate - settings/tools panel, instead of entering unscramble passwords you are allowed to set up a list of senders. You receive scrambled text from someone. You go into either of those panels and you add them to your senders' list, and store their scrambling password (that you would need for unscrambling) there. As you receive scrambled data from someone, if they are on your list and are using the same scrambling password as before, you simply select them from the drop-down and their scrambling password (that you stored earlier) is used for your unscrambling. There is only one such list of senders and their scrambling passwords. It appears in both the intermixed - settings/tools and the separate - settings/tools panels. However, as explained before, you often work with different people in the more formal intermixed area than in the less formal separate area. So you are allowed to select a different sender in each of those areas. So if you are in the intermixed - rich text area and are working with a document sent by someone, choose that sender in the intermixed - settings/tools panel.
This report shows all the passwords explained above and will show which will apply in each section of the product.
Copy To Clipboard
Click here to copy the displayed text to the clipboard. It will be placed in there as both rich text and plain text. You can then go to other products and paste the result or you can go to any of the copy sections of Blue Tango to work with it.
Click here to go back to the main application.