Cryptic Disk 2.4
Transparent encryption of disks and partitions. Multiuser support.
Provides a simple and affordable way to protect disks and disk partitions by encrypting them. The encrypted data cannot be accessed without entering the password, even if a hacker gets access to a PC or the hard drive is stolen. The program uses the AES 256-bit encryption algorithm, the same type of encryption that NASA, the FBI and the Department of Defense use to protect their data. Encrypting and decrypting takes one click and does not require a PhD in mathematics or computer science.
Cryptic Disk can be used either at home or in the office. The program supports multiple users with different degrees of access privileges, as set by the system administrator. Each user will then have access to the encrypted data that he or she has the access rights to, but not to the data of others.
Naturally, Cryptic Disk has been designed to work with hard drives, but the program can be used with removable storage media, such as USB Flash drives. Once the data is encrypted, the files cannot be accessed by any person who does not know the password. After decryption, all files become accessible and the hard drive works normally.
Cryptic Disk can be downloaded and tried absolutely free of charge. The trial version does not have any functional limitations, but only allows the word "demo" as the password.
- Cryptic Disk now runs on Windows XP x64 Edition (64-bit) and Windows Server 2003 x64.
- Detected bugs have been fixed.
Command line supports has been added.
The program can be run without prior installation.
Detected bugs have been fixed.
From the Forums
Subscribe to TechSpot
Receive a weekly update of our best features and tech news you don't want to miss: