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EncriptorJS is a JavaScript text encryption library that allows you to securely encrypt and decrypt text. It provides a simple interface to convert your text into an encrypted form and optionally add a key for additional security. Only the correct key can be used to decrypt the text, ensuring that unauthorized access is prevented.


You can use EncriptorJS by including the library in your JavaScript project or HTML file.

In a JavaScript project

  1. Download the EncriptorJS library file (encriptor.js) from the GitHub repository.
  2. Move the encriptor.js file into your project directory.
  3. In your JavaScript file, import the EncriptorJS library:
   import Encriptor from './encriptor.module.js';

or Use

npm i encriptorjs
   import Encriptor from 'encriptorjs';

In an HTML file

  1. Download the EncriptorJS library file (encriptor.js) from the GitHub repository or NPMJS.

  2. Move the encriptor.js file into your project directory.

  3. In your HTML file, add the following script tag:

    <script src="encriptor.js"></script>


    <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/SH20RAJ/EncriptorJS@main/encriptor.min.js"></script>


Once you have included the EncriptorJS library in your project, you can start encrypting and decrypting text.

Encrypting Text

To encrypt text, use the encrypt method of the Encriptor object. Here's an example:

const text = 'My name is Sh';
const key = '1234';

const encryptedText = Encriptor.encrypt(text, key);
console.log(encryptedText); // Outputs: 'Kcdew9zdYidBf'

The encrypt method takes two parameters: the text you want to encrypt and an optional key for additional security. It is recommended to use only digits in the key parameter. It returns the encrypted text.

Decrypting Text

To decrypt the encrypted text, use the decrypt method of the Encriptor object. Here's an example:

const encryptedText = 'Kcdew9zdYidBf'; // Replace with the encrypted text
const key = '1234';
const decryptedText = Encriptor.decrypt(encryptedText, key);
console.log(decryptedText); // Outputs: 'My name is Sh'

The decrypt method takes two parameters: the encryptedText you want to decrypt and the key used during encryption. It returns the decrypted text.

Shuffling Strings

The EncriptorJS library also provides a utility function called shuffleString that can be used to shuffle strings using a key. Here's how you can use it:

const text = 'Hello, World!';
const shuffledText = Encriptor.shuffleString(text, 42);
console.log(shuffledText); // Outputs a shuffled version of the input string

The shuffleString function takes a text parameter as the input string and an optional key parameter used to initialize the random number generator. By using the same key, you can obtain the same shuffled result. This function can be used for encryption purposes or to shuffle strings for other applications.

Please note that the shuffleString function alone does not provide strong encryption. For secure encryption, it is recommended to use well-established encryption algorithms and libraries designed for that purpose.

Encriptor.shuffle(text) always gives different shuffled pattern.


You can find more examples in the examples directory of this repository. The examples demonstrate various use cases of the EncriptorJS library.


This project is licensed under the MIT License.


https://dev.to/sh20raj/creating-a-custom-javascript-function-to-shuffle-strings-with-a-key-parameter-3c8a https://dev.to/sh20raj/introducing-encriptorjs-secure-text-encryption-and-decryption-in-javascript-a-jwt-easy-to-use-alternative-l02

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