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Kryptonite for Pocket PC
Posted on 14-Apr-2004 19:37. | Tags Filed under: Software.


Kryptonite for Pocket PC
Kryptonite is a very strong encryption algorithm, which will keep your private data secure! Kryptonite is a full featured explorer style program for Windows Mobile Pocket PC. Want to keep your passwords protected, documents safe, and do have that Excel spread sheet with all your financial info? What if you lose your Pocket PC or memory card? Kryptonite can encrypt any file to a secure key that you pick.

Why do you need to encrypt your data? Well... what if someone steals your Pocket PC? Or what if you lose it? What if you connect your Pocket PC to your computer at work? Do you really want someone else looking at your private data? Encryption is a basic need for Pocket PCs. If you store passwords, credit card information, bank information, or any other personal information on your Pocket PC then you need encryption.

How secure is your information?

Features:
  • Explorer style encryption/decryption in the palm of your hands!
  • Familiar and easy to use user interface
  • Extreme secure encryption algorithms
  • Fast encryption/decryption routines
  • Up to 256 bit key encryption
  • Explorer functions, such as open, delete, and info
  • Pocket PC Information (Memory usage, Battery, etc.)
  • View hidden/system files
  • Ability to launch files with associated extension


  • More information: http://www.atechware.com...

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