This file encryption program creates an encrypted virtual drive on your computer that can only be loaded using a specific password. It also allows you to generate self-decrypting email attachments, allowing the user to send encrypted email to anyone
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:34
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: This file encryption program creates an encrypted virtual drive on your computer that can only be loaded using a specific password. Once loaded, any kind of file can be dragged and dropped into it, rendering the file virtually untouchable by anyone but you. It also allows you to generate self-decrypting email attachments, allowing the user to send encrypted email to anyone. The recipient doesn't have to have a copy of the program installed. Designed for deployment across any sized organization, it also features fully centralized administration capability, including key recovery.
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