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Editors' Review

This disk-encryption utility stands as a convenient and excellent way to lock down your data from prying eyes. Since Windows sees TurboCrypt Disk Encryption as just another drive, you can add files to your encryption archive from any application via a simple right click, a nice time-saving feature. In case of danger, you can lock all your encrypted drives with two clicks, although we wish you could hide it via a hot key. The program offers you several ways to wipe any file beyond recovery and also gives you a tool for cleaning your PC's free drive space. In our tests, TurboCrypt Disk Encryption swiftly did its job and didn't hinder normal computer tasks or PC performance in the least. However, we should note that the trial version will only let you encrypt 256MB of data, which is somewhat restrictive but still pretty fair. Since this program is easy to use and very secure, we think it will appeal to a wide range of users.
 
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Publisher PMC Ciphers
Publisher web site http://www.pmc-ciphers.com/
Release Date February 18, 2004
Date Added February 18, 2004
Version 6.58

Category

Category Security Software
Subcategory Encryption Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 2000/XP

Download Information

File Size 8MB
File Name bpp_disk_prof_e.zip

Popularity

Total Downloads 16,071
Downloads Last Week 1

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License Model Free to try
Limitations Volume up to 256MB, secure wipe
Price $34.95
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