Recursive Encryption Script (pyAesCrypt) for Python 3

What’s up guys!

Today I decided to make a recursive encryption script for Python 3.

I had a previous post and video that touched on this same functionality.

This time, however, I decided to expand on its methods and basically make an all-in-one stop for encryption / decryption.

So its something I wanted to make for my own use and figured I might as well share it with you guys. 🙂

Beware though: recursion can be dangerous if used without knowledge. You could end up encrypting your entire system. Also this script will automatically delete the old files after encryption / decryption.

Download link is at the bottom of the post!

Script Requirements

I won’t go into any details regarding the code since I’ve already made a blog post and video going into detail for this exact code.

Anyway, you will need to install pyAesCrypt. This is easiest using pip:

python -m pip install pyaescrypt

Of course the script is coded for Python 3, which you should already have. If not head over there, download it and install it (with pip preferably).

Once you’ve done that you’re ready to download and run the script!

Download Code

Go ahead and try it out!

Feel free to let me know what you think about it and if you have any suggestions for features or anything I’m interested as well.

See you later guys.