In the era of nearly permanent broadband connections and global sharing, the problem of online security becomes extremely acute. And since we can’t just pull the plug and go offline, we have to look for alternative methods of ensuring data security and our own privacy. Standard measures of precaution may work for you for a while or to a certain extent, but you will eventually need a more robust and reliable method of protection — strong data encryption. If this is something you want to try and are looking for a tool that will allow you to get this extra protection in minutes, make sure to give Flexcrypt 2010 a good try!
Flexcrypt 2010 is a 6-in-1 power pack of security tools covering virtually every aspect of data encryption and safe removal. Email encryption enables you to encrypt your outgoing emails using one of the three available algorithms (Winzip PK, Winzip AES and Open PGP) by specifying the recipient’s address in Flexcrypt. Your recipients will not need any specialized software to read your message, just the password. Flexcrypt also lets you create virtual encrypted drives protected by a password , encrypt text fragments and specific files, protect your MSN and ICQ chats and even shred files, which makes them completely irrecoverable The encryption algorithms used in Flexcrypt 2010 are so strong that breaking this protection using brute force would require years and years of a supercomputer’s time, which would make it an obviously disproportionate effort.
If you are searching for a comprehensive data encryption solution for home or business use, try Flexcrypt 2010. It’s affordable, easy to use and provides rock solid protection of your information!
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