ConverterNET v0.1 Released

I spent the past several months porting Converter to the .NET Framework and am finally able to release a public version of it.

Many of the original functions are present and I’ve added a few more things to the menu. Several conveniences have also been included that may not be very obvious:

+ Forms are non-modal so you can have multiple forms open at once
+ Many forms can be maximized
+ Many forms have split containers that you can resize
+ Context menu have been added to key textboxes
+ Textboxes are using a monospaced font

The Convert Binary function has been changed. You can choose to load a binary or text file and convert the file appropriately. If you want to XOR or shift the files then choose “Transform Only” then enter your comma-delimited text or hex key.

The Key Search/Convert function has also changed a bit. Specifically you can choose:

+ Single key (e.g. abc ^ x)
+ Multi-key (e.g. a ^ x, b ^ y, c ^ z)
+ Multi-key sub-loop (e.g. a ^ xyz, b ^ xyz, c ^ xyz)
+ Multi-key step # (e.g. a ^ (xyz % step), etc ).

You can get ConverterNET (32-bit and 64-bit binaries are included) from here. If you encounter any bugs, please let me know.

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