DevSolutions SecureFile creates a self decryption archive using a password/digital certificate/PublicKey
SecureFile is a useful encryption and compression program which is able to encrypt your personal files and sensitive data quickly, easily and securely. In addition to encryption, SecureFile creates self-decrypting exe – files which anybody with the right password / certificate can decrypt, even if SecureFile is not installed on the target system.
SecureFile incorporates public key cryptography in which two complementary keys-a key pair-are used to maintain secure communications.
It compresses and encrypts selected files and produces a self-decryption archive. The encrypted file can be decrypted simply by double clicking the archive with the given password for symmetric key mechanism and no input is necessary for certificate based decryption.
SecureFile also can be used to create a EncryptionArchive file. The encryption archive can be extracted by ArchiveExtractor application.
Self-Decryiption archive and Encryption archive can hold creators name and personal message .
Here are some key features of “DevSolutions SecureFile”:
· Public Key pair support
· Strong, unbroken encryption algorithms (Blowfish)
· Encryption option using other’s certificate
· Encrypts complete folders with all sub-folders
· Creates self-decrypting exe-files (usable with Windows 95/98/00/NT)
· Automatically compresses the data
· Automatic Password Verification
· User-friendly interface
· Wipe file utility ( Secure Delete )
· Backup original file
· Single file or selected file extraction
· Can create a Encryption Archive which can be extracted using ArchiveExtractor
· Can Hold creators Name and information. This is useful for a company or a individual to give a Name and message to archive for future reference.
· Processor – Pentium.
· 32 MB RAM
· Keyboard – Standard Keyboard (101 Keys).
· Mouse – 2 or 3 button standard mouse
· 30 days trial
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