Kryptor: open source file encryption tool

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Kryptor: open source file encryption tool

#1 Post by MakoSoft » Thu Nov 19, 2020 2:08 pm

Kryptor is free and open source file encryption portable software.

Using Kryptor is easy: simply drag and drop a file or a folder to the app's
window, enter a password, and click the Encrypt button. The decryption
is similar: load encrypted file by drag and drop, enter the password and
click the Decrypt button.

Kryptor uses the latest data encryption solutions. Default encryption
algorithm XChaCha20 is highly valued due to its security and speed.
Numerous aids are offered, among others: secure keyfile generation,
renaming of encrypted files and folders, memory encryption to protect
sensitive data, password and passphrase generator, auto clear clipboard
after copying passwords and many options for customization (settings).

Program interface is well-designed: clear, simple, easy to understand and
convenient for the user. At the same time, the Author provides carefully
prepared, easy to read descriptions of operations with this application.

Kryptor is free and open source software licensed under GPLv3.
The Author: Samuel Lucas
Home Page:
Latest Release: v2.2.0 Beta (14 November 2020)

Runs on: Windows 7/8/10. It is recommended running Kryptor on
Windows 10 (64-bit). Versions are available for Linux, and macOS.

High appreciation for the Author for well-written user support:
Beginner Tutorial Page:
Documentation Page:

Download Page:
CLI Portable (x64):
GUI Portable (x64): [requires .NET 4.8]

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