Did you know?

That CrypTool was originally designed as an internal business application for information security training. CrypTool has since developed into an important open-source project in the field of cryptology. Over 50 volunteer developers worldwide contribute to the program.

What is CrypTool 1

CrypTool 1 (CT1) is an open-source Windows program for cryptography and cryptanalysis. It’s the most wide-spreaded e-learning software of its kind.

What is CrypTool 2?

CrypTool 2 (CT2) is an open-source program offering an innovative visual programming GUI to experiment with cryptographic procedures and to animate their cascades.

What is JCrypTool?

JCrypTool (JCT) is an open-source e-learning platform, allowing to experiment comprehensively with cryptography on Linux, MAC OS X, and Windows.

What is CrypTool-Online?

CrypTool-Online (CTO) runs in a browser and provides a huge variety of encryption methods and analysis tools including many illustrated examples.

What is MysteryTwister C3?

MysteryTwister C3 (MTC3) is an international Crypto Cipher Contest offering a broad variety of challenges, a moderated forum and an ongoing hall-of-fame.

1. Official presentation of the CrypTool project

Last Update: October 2016
On around 50 slides, this CrypTool presentation gives an overview of the whole CrypTool project including its 5 subprojects.

2. Official presentation of the CrypTool 1 program

Last Update: March 2017
This presentation, with over 100 slides, gives an exhaustive overview about the features of CrypTool 1.4, and a short overview of the CrypTool project.


3. "Innovative" CrypTool presentation

This colorful innovative presentation, held in Spain, November 2008 by Gonzalo Álvarez Marañón, describes the past, present and future of CrypTool in a visual appealing way.

4. The RSA cipher

Last Update: November 2010
This presentation shows the basics of the RSA cipher in an attractive interactive way.
We offer it in three variants:
a) Powerpoint 2007 (for download; dynamical, animated)
b) PDF (for download; static, no interaction)
c) Flash (can be started within the browser, requires JavaScript; time-controlled replay)
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