Just think of this: its more than enough to lose the hold of your mobile device (or its memory card) for just a moment to have the data in it lost, stolen or modified.
Not pretending to be the panacea, a straight-forward solution would be to encrypt the data. This way, if the device gets into an unwanted hand, the unauthorized person still wont be able to get to the data or read it at once. So, the only issue remaining on the agenda now is choosing the right encryption software.
Check out Crippin; a small-footprint application that not only encrypts your valuable data but makes a value out of itself. The applications light weight makes it quick to download and fast to perform, and extremely mobile, as it may run even from your mobile devices flash card. Unlike a typical encryption program, which normally inflates the original data, Crippin compacts it, making the encrypted data even smaller than the source. The program turns serious security-related operations into fun, providing a great deal of security options through the context menu and taking care of the majority of password-handling operations. Nevertheless, it takes the security seriously, using a reliable 128-bit encryption and wiping off both passwords and encrypted data once theyve been used.
Compatible with all known versions of Pocket PC hardware and operating systems, software that doesnt require additional libraries and modules. All these make Crippin a great response to todays security challenges for PDA.
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