Free Secure Email. Standalone or integrated with Outlook. Can decrypt and encrypt messages to friends using PGP, OpenPGP, SecExMail and many more. Crypto Anywhere allows you to make a travel floppy which can be used in internet cafe's or at work.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
SecEx Secure Shell Client 1.6 SecEx is a graphical SCP and SFTP client and secure terminal emulator that allows encrypted file transfer to and from SSH Servers. Supports SSH1 and SSH2 servers on both Unix and Windows.
SecExFile Home 1.1 SecExFile brings one-click file protection to the desktop. It integrates with Windows Explorer to make securing your personal or corporate data easy. SecEx File can be configured to email the armoured file once encryption is completed.
Description: Free Secure Email. Standalone or integrated with Outlook Express or Outlook. Can decrypt and encrypt messages to friends using PGP, OpenPGP, SecExMail and many more. Crypto Anywhere allows you to make a travel floppy which can be used in internet cafe's or at work. You don't even need to install the software - just run it from the floppy disk or USB thumb drive. Encrypted messages can be sent to friends who don't even have Crypto Anywhere. Crypto Anywhere implements trusted, industry standard, strong encryption algorithms based on RSA public key encryption, the Twofish block cipher, ISAAC random number generator and OpenPGP. Now free for personal and corporate use. Visit our website to get a free registration key.
PGP Inventor Shows VoIP Encryption Tool Phil Zimmermann, creator of the Pretty Good Privacy email encryption app, demoed a prototype of his Voice over Internet Protocol security program for attendees at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas on Thursday.
PGP Inventor to Encrypt Net Calls The creator of a well-known tool for keeping e-mail safe from prying eyes is now working on a program that he says will help stop eavesdroppers from listening in on Internet-based phone calls.