Simple file encryption utility with AES-256 for Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/7. Beside the standard enc/decryption operations has a Cut/Copy and Paste like interface.

Features

  • Encrypt/Decrypt in place
  • Copy and encrpyt by selecting Copy then Paste in the destination folder
  • Copy and decrpyt an already encrypted file (with .lcr extension) by selecting Copy then Paste in the destination folder
  • The Cut operation will securely delete the original file by overwriting it with random data then removing
  • To check the integrity of an encrypted file select the Integrity check menu
  • Edit or view an encrypted file by double-click it

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Additional Project Details

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2011-05-06