Dozens of encryption products are available these days and are used by millions of people who wish to keep their private information safe from online and offline snoops. One encryption product I like is called Encryptstick. It is not free but does have a modest price: $12.99. Even better, it also has a free trial so you can use it for a while before buying it to see if it fits your needs.
EncryptStick can quickly, easily and permanently secure your important information and protect your privacy. It will secure your private information and files on a computer, laptop, flash drive, or some other portable storage device that should have extra security. Whether these files are photos, videos, financial records, banking information or other sensitive data, they are vulnerable to damage, loss and even theft. Loss and misuse of private information can have serious consequences: embarrassment, expense, even job loss, are all possible outcomes, particularly when important information falls into the wrong hands.
EncryptStick runs on Windows, Macintosh and Linux computers and all recently made USB flash drives. EncryptStick software installs quickly and easily. When installed on a flash drive, you can use EncryptStick on any Windows or Macintosh system.
EncryptStick turns your flash drive into a highly secure, private vault where you store the files you want to protect: photos, music, videos, documents, in all file types. You can create “vaults” for encrypting and protecting files on most writable media including Mac, PC and Linux platforms, shared network drives, external hard drives and additional USB flash drives. Vault contents are only visible to you and remain hidden to others, unless they have your EncryptStick enabled flash drive and your password.
EncryptStick does not work on Android, Apple iOS, or Chromebooks, however.
Encrypting files is as easy as dragging and dropping files from your computer into the EncryptStick interface. EncryptStick software can be installed to and run from a flash drive or it can also be installed on a host computer, using the same license.
You can learn a lot more about EncryptStick at the program’s home page at http://www.encryptstick.com and especially at that site’s What is EncryptStick™? at http://www.encryptstick.com/home-2/what-is-encryptstick-3/.