This is a cool tool i found,thought i would share it with everyone-It's called Asemica.
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Definition: Asemica is a symmetric cipher whose key is a document and whose ciphertext looks like plaintext.
Why use this?
One of the downsides of encrypting messages and emails is that few people are doing it,you will stick out like a sore thumb to anyone who is monitoring the data.
For example, it'd be pretty easy to filter out all messages that contain PGP headers.
So,we use a cipher text which looks like plaintext,This plain text can be combined with PGP for added security.