If you want to send some sensitive text material to someone, the best approach is to encrypt the text or message first. Even though there are thousands of file and text encryption tools, the easiest for this purpose is ScrambleOnClick. This software allows for easy encryption of text just by using a hotkey. So basically, you can select any text and then press the hotkey to get the selected text encrypted. Decryption works the same way.
ScrambleOnClick uses two passwords – one for the protection of all the encryption keys and the second for the encryption key itself. When you launch ScrambleOnClick, the first thing you have to do is create the main password which is needed whenever you want to create a new encryption key or modify the existing encryption keys.
From the same window, you can enable the hotkeys that would be used to scramble or unscramble the text, wipe the contents of the clipboard, split the scrambled data into rows with 40 characters each, and make the ScrambleOnClick run automatically at Windows startup.
After this, you have to create at least one encryption key which would be used to encrypt/decrypt text. You can create as many encryption keys as you want, but when you have multiple keys, it is going to ask which key to be used whenever you want to encrypt the text.
Now you can begin encrypting or decrypting the text. For this, you can select text from any text editor such as Notepad and then press the hotkey Ctrl+C+C (hold Ctrl and press C two times). This will encrypt the selected text and copy the scrambled text to the clipboard. You can paste the encrypted text in any text editor or email client. Decryption works in exactly the same manner.
ScrambleOnClick is a little but fast encryption tool for Windows. It can come handy when you want to encrypt the text and copy it to the clipboard in seconds.
You can download ScrambleOnClick from https://www.2brightsparks.com/onclick/index.html.