Protect USB Flash Drive

20 Tips to Protect USB Flash Drive and Extend Its Lifespan

A USB flash drive is one of the most important and essential accessories you can buy for your computer, since it contains backups of your most precious and significant files. Do you want to extend the life of USB Flash Drive? Follow these 20 tips…

Password-Protect files and folders on mac

How to Password Protect Files and Folders on Mac

In today’s contemporary society, we store a wealth of data on our computers, some of it private and very sensitive. Keeping those data secure and maintaining privacy are highly important for any Mac user. Yet many of us give it scant attention and do little…

Full disk encryption Vs file and folder encryption

Full Disk Encryption vs File and Folder Encryption

Data at rest, Data in Transit and Data in Use, these three terms we often hear when someone talks about data protection. This article explains why you should use file and folder Level encryption on top of full disk encryption. Let’s drive into detail of…

Encryption algorithm

Commonly used Encryption Algorithms

Today, security is an afterthought for many PC users, it’s a major priority for businesses of any size. It has to be when the Ponemon Institute tells us that security breaches are costing companies millions every year. Even if you don’t have millions to lose, protecting what…

Encrypt a Folder on Mac

How To Encrypt a Folder on Mac

Do you want to password protect your sensitive Mac folder from unwanted access and prevent data loss? Lean how you can encrypt a folder on Mac using Disk Utility. Using Disk Utility, when you format an internal or external volume, you can encrypt and protect…

Common usage of encryption

Common Usage of Encryption

The purpose of this article is to provide information in the area of practical cryptography of interest to anyone wishing to use Encryption Software. This post covers starting from what is encryption, how encryption works, requirement for encryption and common usage of encryption in real…

top reasons encryption is not used

Top Reasons Encryption Is Not Used

There is many reasons to password-protect – or encrypt – one’s digital data and keep private life as private. Foremost among them is to protect it during a security breach. This article list down top reasons encryption is not used by individuals as well organisations….

File Shredder

File Shredder – how to permanently delete files from your computer?

File shredder programs are software tools that permanently delete files on your computer. As you may or may not know, deleting a file just hides it from the operating system. It isn’t really gone until that same space is overwritten by something else. This is exactly what a file shredder does. It overwrites selected…

SSL Encryption

What is Encrypted Web Connection and Why it’s Important

Encryption is the process of helping protect personal data by using a “secret code” to scramble it so that it cannot be read by anyone who doesn’t have the code key.Encrypted Web Connection is a process through which some or all of the Internet activity…

kruptos email encryption

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…

how to view or edit your files securely

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

An encrypted USB thumb drive is the safest way to carry any sensitive files. This article shows you how to view or edit your files securely which are stored in USB drive using Kruptos 2 Go for USB drive encryption software. Unfortunately, you cannot password…

how to permanently delete files

How to Permanently Delete Files Using Kruptos

When you delete a file from your computer, it doesn’t simply disappear from existence—at least, not right away. Even if you immediately empty the Recycle Bin or Trash folder, all your deletion does is earmark the space that file takes up on your hard drive…