SecuKeeper is a sleek and intuitive program that offers users multiple ways to keep their files safe from prying eyes. Its many features make it a good choice for protecting sensitive information.
The program's interface is attractive and intuitive, and first-time users should have no trouble getting started. Our main complaint about the program is that despite its professional appearance, the text throughout the interface is poorly written. It's not incomprehensible, but it's obvious that English is not the first language of whoever wrote it, and this detracts from the user experience. The same is true of the built-in Help file, although its thoroughness is definitely appreciated. Poor writing aside, the program is quite easy to use. There are four options for protecting data: locking, hiding, encrypting, and creating a private coffer, a sort of protected virtual hard drive. The interface makes it incredibly easy to use all of these features, walking users through each step. The program also includes a password generator and password manager, allowing users to keep everything in one place. We tried out the program's various tools on several different types of files and everything worked smoothly. We effortlessly hid a Word document inside a JPEG, for example, and unhid it just as easily.
SecuKeeper has a 15-day trial period, which is plenty of time to try it out. It installs desktop icons without asking but uninstalls cleanly. We recommend this program to all users.