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SecretDrive: A utility for creating encrypted virtual disks (32 bit version is absolutely free)

SecretDrive is a small and efficient program that allows you to create up to 16 encrypted virtual disks on your computer. You can save confidential information like passwords, documents, etc on this virtual drive. It uses industry standard encryption algorithm such as AES (Rijndael), Blowfish, CAST256, Twofish and GOST28174-89 for protecting the disk. Virtual disk is just like a usual hard disk, so you can format it, defrag or backup it.

SecretDrive has lot of features such as strong "on the fly" data encryption by one of five modern encryption algorithms, RAM disk support, optional creation of up to 4 hidden disks in an existing one, encryption or decryption of files, simple and intuitive user interface, built-in passwords generator, etc.

This tool is designed to run under Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and Windows 7. You can download SecretDrive from the SecretDrive 32bit version is absolutely free; you can download and use it without limitation.


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