Protectorion ToGo

Submit portable freeware that you find here. It helps if you include information like description, extraction instruction, Unicode support, whether it writes to the registry, and so on.
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Wolfghost
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Protectorion ToGo

#1 Post by Wolfghost » Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:11 am

Protectorion ToGo – the portable safe for your files, folders and passwords!
No chance for hackers and data spies. Unencrypted data on stolen or lost devices are accessible to anyone who finds them. Protect your data and passwords on USB flash drives and external hard drives against misuse and data theft. It security made in Austria – fast, easy-to-use and free!

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Encryption with AES 256 bit (including name encryption)
Unbreakable encryption using a randomly chosen 40-digit key
For USB flash drives and external hard drives
Integrated password protection and password security index
Protectorion ToGo Free is included in Protectorion PC Free
Access encrypted data and passwords from any Windows PC

Manual: http://en.protectorion.com/wp-content/u ... rion_4.pdf

.NET-Framework 4.0

Not tested !!

XP\Vista\7\8
Home http://en.protectorion.com/protectorion-togo/

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Re: Protectorion ToGo

#2 Post by webfork » Sun Dec 21, 2014 4:26 pm

Wolfghost wrote:security made in Austria
Heh ... I wonder if Austrian security better than other types? :)

Anyway, very interested in good security software so I did some digging and came across some potential concerns:
  1. According to the softpedia review from about a year and a half ago, it's nagware: "Each time you launch the application, an advertisement will pop out promoting the paid version of Protectorion ToGo." http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/window ... 8979.shtml Have you seen anything on this?
  2. The program claims some level of source code openness but I don't think 1 page is enough: http://en.protectorion.com/encryption-code/ It's cool they're giving this away and I'm not saying it isn't secure, but it looks like they're doing the absolute minimum in order to get an "open source" status. That feels false.

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Re: Protectorion ToGo

#3 Post by Wolfghost » Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:40 am

webfork wrote:
Wolfghost wrote:security made in Austria[/url]
Heh ... I wonder if Austrian security better than other types? :)
Author wrote that :lol:

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