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First off, I'm not an experienced cryptography or computer person, please bear with me. I have some basic experiences with PGP software though (not much of a redemption huh?). I have some data that I'd like to protect with ECC encryption, but I can't for the life of me find a tool or anything that can use ECC.

I'm not a computer programmer or anything. I just need a tool that I can use to encrypt my stuff with ECC. I'd be willing to pay for a software if anybody knows of one, but free is always best.

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closed as off-topic by mikeazo May 29 '14 at 12:19

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This is off-topic as it as about security software recommendation rather than actual cryptography. But I think you should really rethink your problem - generally end users should not concern themselves with which algorithms are being used to secure their data, just that it is, so a general purpose tool will probably serve you better (and it may or may not use elliptic curve technology), otherwise you are probably only going to find hobby, proof-of-concept tools that are probably flawed and insecure... – Thomas May 27 '14 at 7:13
Sorry, this i'm new here. Is there somewhere else I should post it? – zakshaks May 27 '14 at 7:32
@zakshaks, Help Center says: "If your question is about usage of a specific cryptographic software (not its cryptographic internals), Super User is the right site." – otus May 27 '14 at 9:22
@zakshaks I can migrate the question to Super User if you would like. – mikeazo May 27 '14 at 12:40
I'd be willing to pay for a software if anybody knows of one, but free is always best. – Just an idea… but have you thought about asking at SoftwareRecomendations.SE? From my point of view, that would be the perfect place for you to get some software recommendations. ;) – e-sushi May 27 '14 at 13:05