Almost every time you look at the news, you see another story about hacking, cybercrime, or identity theft. With hackers becoming increasingly more sophisticated, Windows users need to pay more and more attention to keeping their files secure. Rishabh Sharma's Rcrypto is a quick easy-to-use program that lets you keep your files safe no matter where they are stored in the cloud or how they move around the internet by enabling you to quickly and conveniently encrypt them.
The days of sitting in a secure corporate office and doing all your work on a terminal connected to an isolated corporate system have gone the way of keypunch machines, mainframes, landlines, and other corporate dinosaurs. While I doubt any misses programming in COBOL on a corporate mainframe or entering data onto punch cards, the gain in flexibility and productivity are balanced by much bigger security issues.
As most other people who travel for business, I often work not just at client sites, but also in coffee shops, hotels, airports, and anyplace else that I can find an internet connection, usually on my own computer, tablet, or phone, but sometimes on public systems. I'm constantly sending files back and forth to clients or to myself, often with private or privileged information, over unsecured networks. The only way to keep my data safe is to make sure that even if the network isn't secure, my files will not be readable by someone who hacks into the network I'm using.
Because Rcrypto allows me to choose a key I can remember easily and encrypts and decrypts multiple files so quickly and conveniently, it is an ideal tool for sending files safely across minimally secure connection or storing information on shared computers. I can even use different keys for different projects so that I can send secure files to individual clients using a client-specific key that won't unlock either my private files or the files intended for other clients.
With its ease of use, powerful features, and secure encryption, Rcrypto is a must-have tool for people in our increasingly mobile world.