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PixelCryptor

Encrypting files is very important nowadays to keep it secure from preying eyes and people adopt many solutions like the military grade encryption techniques such as DES and AES which uses password.

Nowadays people have dozens of passwords to remember. It can be hard to remember many, and you might lose precious data when you forget them.

PixelCryptor uses image for encryption and decryption and offers an easy to use wizard to guide you through. In PixelCryptor you choose a picture and use it to combine your files into a package. The pixel data is used to encrypt your data. The combinations are endless and hard to break.

You are free to encrypt as many files you like. Be sure to save your picture, because just like passwords, when the key is gone the package is locked for good. No backdoor, workaround or crowbar will get you in. Download PixelCryptor

Requirements: .NET Framework 2.0 is required /Windows 2000 or better

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