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Apr
2009

How to encrypt and password-protect your files

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I have already and extensively talked about how to protect your files and software from anybody accessing your computer. You may want to read these articles of mine about how to encrypt your whole hard disk, prevent people from accessing your files and folders, conceal folders in your computer and disable the task manager in Windows to prevent people to know what’s up in your operating system. Anyway, if you are especially paranoid, here is a freeware software which can turn your files to an impenetrable stronghold just you can access.

SafeHouse Explorer is a free utility which encrypts your personal files, also assigning a password to further improve their security. You will also be able to create a special protected drive in your computer which can be accessed by using a password.  Here is a list of its most important features:

  • Protects any files located in any drive including memory sticks, external USB drives, network servers, CD/DVDs and even iPods.
  • Can run directly from USB memory sticks.
  • 256-bit Twofish advanced encryption.
  • Can create self-extracting EXE encrypted storage vaults.
  • Hides, locks and encrypts documents, spreadsheets, photos, videos and anything else.

If you want to know more, visit the official website. If you want to download the application, click here.




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