Storing sensitive personal data on the hard drive in an unencrypted form may be highly insecure, especially if your system is shared between several users. Data can be hidden in countless ways, including secure uploads to cloud storages, uploading files to secure FTP servers, hiding data inside password-protected archives, but the most secure method is strong encryption on the same system. Encrypted with military-grade algorithms, such files and folders become absolutely impenetrable and unbreakable, reliably protecting your secrets. If this is something you have been looking for, make sure not to miss Advanced Folder Encryption!
Advanced Folder Encryption is a multi-functional data protection and wiping tool that will solve all of your data-security problems once and for all. The program enables you to reliably encrypt files and folders with just two mouse clicks. Based on the industry-standard 256-bit AES encryption algorithm, Advanced Folder Protection quickly and reliably hides your data from prying eyes. The tool supports all types of drives, including USB sticks, memory cards, SSD and standard hard drives, as well as portable drives of various types. Apart from encrypting data, the software is also capable of shredding files and folders — that is, deleting them on a physical level, making recovery completely impossible. Folders and files can be protected with individual passwords for ease of sharing between multiple users. Advanced Folder Encryption has a compact size and supports all major versions of Windows, from 2000 to the latest Windows 8.
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SilentVault Personal 1.0.5 A special encryption vault named "SilentVault" is created. User opens / locks this vault by simple log-in and log-out controls. Uses industry-standard strongest AES 256 encryption