From Laurent Wibaux:
Cryptor is a PIM (Personal Information Manager), it allows you to store sensitive data, by categories, in an encrypted database.
It implements an extended version of the Tiny Encryption Algorithm (TEA), which uses a 128 bits key to encipher the data you have entered. As soon as you save the record, it is enciphered in the database.
You can personalise the record entry form, from 1 to 6 fields with the labels you want.
The database is automaticaly backed-up to your desktop, to save you efforts in case of data loss on the PDA.
The main list allows bi-dimensional filtering by type and by category, icons, 1 or 2 lines per record, each line containing 1 or 2 fields.
Preferences include: a watchdog (to look after unattended PDA's), the control of font, and number of lines displayed per record.
Color enabled, but will work happily with a black and white OS higher than 2.0.
What's new in this version:
Implemented the control of the auto-shift feature in the preferences.
Fixed a bug which caused modifications to a new or open record to be lost when types were edited.