CryptBox is a very useful security utility that creates secure safes, which are handled like normal drives and which you are able to store your data in, in an encrypted, secure environment that can only be accessed by you.
CryptBox can encrypt your data with the AES-256 algorithm, which is the standard for secure banking and online monetary transactions.
Using CryptBox is easy. The app provides a few nice walk through wizards for the main tasks, which help you step by step to your own safe. CryptBox also has a number of useful tools, for example you can transform existing folders and convert them into safe folders.
A great feature of CryptBox is that it accepts different types of passwords for your safe. You can almost anything to secure you data in your safes. For example, you could use a USB device, an alphanumeric password or a series of images to open your safes.
CryptBox also allows you to create a TravelSafe, which can be exported to an USB-Stick or on a CD. If you are on the road, e.g. for visiting friends, surfing in an InternetCafe or at working at another PC, you still have full access to your data, because the TravelSafe can be started directly from a USB stick.
Overall, CryptBox is a simple, yet secure method of ensuring your data remain under lock and key. With various options to create passwords and the ability to store safes on usb drives and optical media, you can see why CryptBox is something that should check out.
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