Protect your privacy by cleaning up all the tracks of your Internet and computer activities. Even wipe out the secret data permanently without any possibility to be recovered by any undelete utility. You can also hide or encrypt your important data.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Protect your privacy by cleaning up all the tracks of your Internet and computer activities. Even wipe out the secret data permanently without any possibility to be recovered by any undelete utility. You can also hide or encrypt your important data with this utility. No more worries about your private data!
Privacy Genius package has four functions: File Shredder, Clean up History, Folder Encryption and Folder Hiding.
File Shredder: Permanently deleting all data from the hard disk or a certain partition just needs several clicks! It offers an ultimate solution to protect your privacy when you donate or resell your personal computer.
Clean up History: Clean up all the activity records on your computer to protect your privacy.
Folder Encryption: Enable you to encrypt folders to protect your private files from being visited by others.
Folder Hiding: Enable you to hide folders to protect your private files from being visited by others.
Permanently delete files or wipe all data from your computer. No one in the world can recover your data.
Clean up all activity records on your computer. No one can track what you do on your computer.
Encrypt your private folders. No one can access your encrypted data
Hide your private folders. No one can find out your hidden folders
Secret Folder for Mac 4.0 Apimac Secret Folder lets you conceal a folder and its contents. It provides you with an easy and fast way to protect documents and avoid them being seen, modified, or erased by
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