Rahmat S. Masror

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Rahmat S. Masror

MSCS, BBA, DIT, MCSE, CCNA, COM TIA+, 3CX Engineer

IT Expert

Freelancer

IT Consultant

Server/Database Expert

3CX Advanced Certified Engineer

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DiskCryptor 0.9.593.106

July 19, 2012 Posted in Freeware Tools

DiskCryptor is the only truly free disk encryption solution for Windows, provided under GNU General Public License (GPLv3), which offers encryption of all disk partitions, including the system partition. The application can encrypt hard disks, partitions, pen drives or CD / DVD, having a very low impact on performance. If you want to keep your data private, you should really try this application! Features:

  • Disk partition encryption of any configuration, including boot and system partitions.
  • Choice to select an encryption algorithm: AES, Twofish or Serpent. Cascaded modes are available as well.
  • Full support for dynamic disks.
  • Full support for encryption of external USB storage devices.
  • Ability to create encrypted CD’s and DVD’s.
  • High encryption performance, comparable to efficiency of a non-encrypted system.
  • Support for hardware cryptography found in VIA processors.
  • Support for disk devices with large sector sizes, which is important when working with hardware RAID.
  • Automatic mount of disk partitions and external storage devices.
  • Extended configuration possibilities of booting an encrypted OS. Support for different multi-boot scenarios.
  • Full support for 3rd party boot loaders (LILO, GRUB, etc.).
  • Ability to place boot loader on external medium and to authenticate using the key medium.
  • Support for key files.
  • Support for hotkeys to dismount partitions, initiate emergency system stop, etc.

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