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- Name: CryptoForge 5.2.1
- File Size: 7.76MB
- Date: 4 Nov 2016
- License: Shareware
- Price: $39.70
- Eval: Encrypts and shreds for 30 days, but the Decrypt function never expires.
- Operating System: Windows XP(SP3)/Vista/7/8/8.1/10/Serers 2003/2003R2/2008/2008R2/2012/2012R2
- Hardware Requirements: 14 MB of free disk space
- Other Requirements: None
Easy-to-use data encryption software for personal and professional security. It allows you to encrypt files -and encrypt folders- of any type and size, on any kind of media. Once data has been encrypted, it can be stored on insecure media or transmitted on insecure networks (like the Internet) and still remain secret. Later, the information can be decrypted into its original form. This data encryption software adds to Windows the strongest encryption available today, including the strong AES encryption. The file encryption module enables you to encrypt files (or shred them with the built-in File Shredder) files of any type and size, as well as entire folders and drives, from within Windows Explorer or My Computer with right-click ease. The text encryption module includes a secure text editor that encrypts anything to cypher text, so that you can use it for email encryption, or you could even post encrypted messages to social networks. CryptoForge file encryption software features four strong encryption algorithms: 448-bit Blowfish, 256-bit AES (Rijndael), 168-bit Triple DES, and 256-bit Gost. It also includes powerful compression to strengthen cryptographic security even more. The command-line interface allows quick integration into automated processes and scripts, and lets you perform tasks in both interactive and non-interactive server running modes. Additional features include multiple encryption, filename encryption, cipher speed meter, and compression level control. More info-CryptoForge Encryption Software
- Name: DataLocker SafeCrypt for Windows 126.96.36.199
- File Size: 3.61MB
- Date: 16 May 2017
- License: Shareware
- Price: $39.99
- Eval: 30 days (Read only mode after 30 days (After trial period expiration, your encrypted files are still accessible)
- Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10/Servers 2003/2008/2008R2/2012
- Hardware Requirements: Not provided.
- Other Requirements: None.
- Language Support: English, French, German, Korean, Spanish
Cloud services like Dropbox and Google Drive make it fast, easy and affordable to store and share data. We use these services for everything from valuable intellectual property to corporate documents and even precious family photos
But think about this: Your data is stored in an unknown place, managed by unknown people with unknown access. Servers get hacked, secrets get leaked and people are careless. So how do you protect your data in the cloud?
SafeCrypt from DataLocker. It's the only FIPS 140-2 validated, military grade, 256-bit AES encryption program that works with all your cloud storage providers.
- How Does SafeCrypt Work?
- Encryption Made Easy: With SafeCrypt , files are fully encrypted at your desktop and stored on your cloud storage account. Even if your cloud service provider is hacked at root level or your personal login is compromised, your files are safe and secure.
- Fully Compatible: SafeCrypt works with DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Bitcasa, Box and any other cloud service. You can also use SkyCrypt to encrypt local files, network drives, and external media such as USB flash and hard drives.
- Advanced Security: SafeCrypt offers advanced features like encrypted file names, optional two-factor authentication, brute force attack defense and zero knowledge software design.
- Flexible and Expandable: With a simple installation and setup wizard, you can use SafeCrypt to create as many encrypted virtual drives as your system will allow.
- Who Uses SafeCrypt
- SafeCrypt is for anyone who stores private or confidential data in the cloud. If your cloud storage account is hacked or the government decides they want to take a peek, the only thing they will see is fully AES encrypted data with no access to the encryption keys.