THE KRUPTOS SECURITY BLOG

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Google Shares 5 tips to keep your Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Phone Secure on Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day (SID) is an annual, worldwide event will be held on Tuesday 5 February 2019 to help encourage a better internet, safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, with this year’s theme—‘Together for a better internet’ encourages individuals to create…

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2 Ways to Keep Your Sensitive Files Safe on a USB drive or External Hard Drive

Using your gadgets as a centralized source for all of your sensitive data comes with big risks, and the more you’ve connected and stored, the more you stand to lose. Flash drives are easy to lose. And anything lost can fall into the wrong hands….

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Top 10 Best Free Internet Security Suites for 2019

Internet Security tools helps you secure your sensitive information from cyber criminals or other online threats and make access harder to them.  Finding the best free Internet Security software to keep you secure could prove to be a daunting task. This is why we thought it…

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The Best Cyber Security Youtube Channels in 2019

Whether you’re in vacation or taking a quick break from work to watch YouTube videos is the only way to stay sane during a stressful day.  You can also relax and learn something new. Youtube channels are one of the best ways to be informed…

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How to Send Encrypted Email Attachments using Kruptos

Kruptos2 Professional allows you to create encrypted email attachments so you can email your sensitive documents to anyone who has a Windows based computer. Your recipients do not need to have Kruptos 2 Professional installed all they need is the correct password to gain access to your…

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How to Protect Your Privacy on Your Devices

These days, computers, smartphones and internet-connected gadgets have made our lives easier to the point where we’d be stuck without them. We use them for one-stop payment, personal health, work, gaming, productivity, texting, tweeting, Facebook-checking machine and do just about everything, from mobile banking to…

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9 Use Cases When You Should Use Encryption?

Encryption may sound like a subject best left to hackers and criminal use, but don’t be a victim: It’s very critical part of every walks of life and something that’s important for everyone. It’s great that you’re thinking about protecting your files, with all kinds…

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10 Best Practices for Securely using USB Drives

Do you know how most personal and business data breaches happen? Lost laptops, portable hard drives and USB drives. Now many of us have some kind of security practice in place for lost computers and USB drives, whether it’s encrypted drives with remote wipe, or…

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How to Securely View or Edit Your Files in USB Drive?

An encrypted USB thumb drive is the safest way to carry any sensitive files. Unfortunately, you cannot password protect your entire USB drive, like you can password protect your PC or smartphone. Secure tools all work with encryption. Unless you want to invest in an…

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How to Delete Your Files Permanently Using Kruptos 2 Professional

Kruptos 2 Professional allows you to thoroughly delete files and remove all their traces from your PC is a secure way via the Shred function. Why Shred your files? When you delete a file from your hard disk, it is not really deleted, it is…

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Password Protect Your USB Drive in Two Easy Steps

USB Sticks, Flash drives, memory cards, thumb drives, portable hard drives: whatever you want to call them, they’re more like keychain accessories; they can be often used to carry highly sensitive information that you wouldn’t want to put online. But there’s one problem that plagues…

How to Share Your Data with Clients, Securely using Kruptos 2 Professional

You have confidential data that you need to share with your clients, you can’t send encrypted documents as the client does not have access to, or can’t install a decryption reader program. You can’t send a self-decrypting files via email as many internet services and…