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Protect your most important files by encrypting with Androsa File Protector

Androsa FileProtector is a professional freeware security program (Ver 1.4.3 is now available for download) that can protect important files with a password by using different algorithms in a simple and effective way. It encrypts files by using most advanced algorithms of cryptography such as Rijndael (AES) - 256 bit / 192 bit / 128 bit, TripleDES 192 bit and DES 64 bit.

With Androsa FileProtector you can password protect any files such as video, image, documents or folders that contain data. After installation, select files or folders by right clicking on it and select an encrypting method (e.g. AES 256) and enter a password to encrypt. You can also drag and drop files in to Androsa FileProtector window to encrypt it.

The program supports Windows 2000, XP and Vista and required Microsoft .net framework 2 for XP and Windows 2000. Download latest version from programs home page.


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