"I have been using CrypTool to support laboratory teaching of our cryptography class at Royal Holloway, University of London for several years now and it just keeps getting better and better." (September 2012)
Professor Keith M. Martin, Director of the Information Security Group (ISG) at Royal Holloway, University of London.
New Release of CrypTool — CT 1.4.40 released
A new release of CrypTool 1 was published on September 21, 2017.
This version is available in 6 languages (German, English, Spanish, Polish, Serbian, and French), and it contains many bug fixes and corrections.
The website CryptoPrograms http://www.cryptoprograms.com is dedicated to create and solve classical ciphers online. New on this site are analyzers for solving classical ciphers without any knowledge of the keyword and, in many cases, the key length. Routines for solving around 40 cipher types are provided.
Release Candidate 8 available
JCrypTool 1.0.0 Release Candidate 8 is available on our download page.