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Password Protect Folder, Files and Drives With File Secure Free

Keeping your data secure has never been more important, and if you’re in business, you know that data is often your most valuable asset. With File Secure Free, you can protect and back up your private and personal documents and other files located on computer or portable devices.

File Secure Free is all-in-one freeware in password protecting folder, files and USB drive without any limitations. It offers military standard AES encryption algorithm to protect your files.

File Secure Free comes packed with four major tools - a File Encryptor (256bit) for protecting files, a File Backup to keep your personal data in a safe location, a File Shredder to wipe out personal data permanently and a USB Lockup to password protect your thumb drives and external hard drives.

The application is simple to use. To encrypt (password protect) a file or folder, choose “File Encryption” tab from the main window, and then add files or folders, then give a password. That’s all.

Similarly, you can backup files and folders securely by creating a backup image file (comprises of DFI file extension).You can recover your data from the image file whenever you need it.

The Lockup option lets you lock all types of portable media including USB flash drives, thumb drives, memory sticks, external drives, etc. Plug in the USB and set your own password, then it is inaccessible without password.

The file shredder option lets you completely wipes deleted data using various shredding patterns so there is no trace of critical data left. Just choose files or folders, and then choose “Shred” option.

File Secure Free can be downloaded from source here.


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