Use FileBarricader 2004 to encrypt your files using the latest industry standard cryptography algorithms, and only people who know the password will have access to the file. FileBarricader 2004 can also securely delete files and folders.
Description: FileBarricader 2004 Lite is primarily a file encryption utility.
In this day and age the protection of one's personal and sensitive files and information is one of the most important and often one of the most neglected aspects of using computers. Computers are used for just about everything today: online shopping, running businesses, surfing the net, communicating with friends and family and colleagues and so on and so forth.
Imagine someone getting hold of your tax documents for the last couple of years. Or that comprehensive portfolio report you received from your broker. Or maybe all the salary information you keep for all your employees. Or that once in a lifetime business idea you came up with. You get the idea, don't you?
Needless to say, the damage you could suffer from something like this is almost immeasurable! And this is where file encryption finds its place in modern day computing. File encryption is a fast, easy and secure way to protect your information. Some experts estimate the time it will take to break this protection at thousands of years and more.
It is easy to see how a small investment in the right computer software can save you hundreds or thousands or even millions or more in losses!
FileBarricader 2004 Features:
- Easy to use, fast file encryption;
- Includes two industry standard encryption algorithms: DES and RC2;
- Includes one encryption strength setting: 64 bit;
- Provides secure file deletion, making recovery of deleted files impossible;
- Provides the ability to create self decrypting .exe files that can be sent to any computer;
- Integrates with Windows Explorer to provide easy right-click access to all features.
FileBarricader 2004 Lite is recommended for all levels of computer users.
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