A few days back we covered how to send secure and encrypted email messages using lockbin. This service encrypts messages by applying hash functions such as MD5 or HS1, but what if you want to choose and apply different kinds of hash functions and encrypt the text yourself? There is a simple way of encrypting and decrypting text messages by using a free online tool known as Encrypt/Decrypt tool which is provided by WebMax that makes your text message even more secure by letting yourself choose the hash function and send the message to the sender.
This service is pretty direct and easy, all you have to do is to type your message and choose your own choice of hash function from the list which will encrypt the text message in a particular fashion and will look something like this:
When you have your message in encrypted form, you can email this text from any email service account and tell the sender to go to the same site and paste the text with the corresponding decrypting hash function which you used to encrypt the text, in this way your receiver will have the text message reverted back to its original form.
This site is very useful for quickly sending secure and encrypted text through email, text message or even instant message, all you have to make sure is that other than your receiver no one else should get to know about the site and your encryption method.