3.7 | 3 Votes
What is a CIPHEREDITOR file?
A CIPHEREDITOR file is a cryptography workflow blueprint created by ciphereditor. It contains JSON-formatted text that defines the blueprint's included elements. When opened in ciphereditor, CIPHEREDITOR files appear as a flowchart, containing a set of linked-together cryptographic operations.
Ciphereditor is a web app that allows users to design cryptography workflows. To do so, users place a set of cryptographic operations upon a canvas and then link them together to create an operational flowchart.
Optionally, users can save the flowcharts they create as CIPHEREDITOR files, which are referred to as ciphereditor blueprints. They can then share the CIPHEREDITOR files with other ciphereditor users or open them again in ciphereditor at a later time.
Common CIPHEREDITOR Filenames
Blueprint.ciphereditor - The default name ciphereditor assigns to CIPHEREDITOR files.
How to open a CIPHEREDITOR file
You can open a CIPHEREDITOR file with ciphereditor. To do so, open ciphereditor in your web browser, and then drag and drop your CIPHEREDITOR file on that window. After you do, the blueprint your CIPHEREDITOR file contains will appear in ciphereditor.
If you do not have access to ciphereditor, you can also open a CIPHEREDITOR file with any text editor to view the JSON data it contains.