Encrypto lets you encrypt files before sending them to friends or coworkers. Just drop a file into Encrypto, set a password, and then send it however you normally would ...
- Free • Proprietary
What is Encrypto?
Secure Any File with AES-256 Encryption
Encrypto takes any file or folder and adds AES-256 encryption to it. With encryption, you know your file is incredibly secure and that only the right person can access it.
Create a Password Hint
Rather than relay a password to the recipient, include a unique, embedded password hint that only they would be able to decipher.
Send Files Securely
Send encrypted files via email, Messages, AirDrop, Dropbox, carrier pigeon with USB stick — however you send them, your files are protected.
…Or Save Them to Disk
With Encrypto, not only can you encrypt and share files, but you can also save them to your own disk. Select your files, put them through Encrypto, and voilà — they’re protected.
Comments and Reviews
Said about Encrypto as an alternative
You can encrypt files and folders and workshop smoothly between OSX and Windows. It is not a vault like Knox.
It supports Mac OS Sierra, has a brilliant interface user and can encrypt any files!
Free, cross-platform, encrypts files quickly, and has a clean UI.
- File Encryption
Encrypto is a program that allows you to encrypt individual files, for example so that you can email them as attachments without the risk that someone can intercept them and read them. It uses the AES-256 algorithm for encryption. You select a password and communicate this to the recipient through other means. They then use Encrypto to decrypt the file and read the contents.
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