Humber File Structure
Humber creates a journal file. This file shows the time of every Humber transaction and indicates whether it is an encryption or decryption. It then shows the name of the encrypted file alongside the name of the plain language file. This allows the operator to pair up the files if any need to be re-encrypted or re-decrypted. The journal file is essential in this capacity because there is no correlation between the original file name and the encrypted file name. This file also allows the timing of messages to be tracked. The journal file resides in same directory as the executable and is named "Journal.dat".
Humber creates six subdirectories, if not already present. Assuming the name of the installation directory is "humber" the six subdirectories would be: