Conceal

Encrypt your files by just dragging and dropping

Encryption is an excellent form of protection against prying eyes, but sometimes the tools needed can be complex and inaccessible to the majority of users. With all the talk of algorithms, AES and Rijndael, it's no wonder that beginners can be scared off. Well don't worry, because with Conceal, encryption couldn't be easier. View full description

PROS

  • 4 encryption algorithms
  • Very easy to use
  • Very fast

CONS

  • Doesn't integrate into context window
  • Close button is buggy

Good
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Encryption is an excellent form of protection against prying eyes, but sometimes the tools needed can be complex and inaccessible to the majority of users. With all the talk of algorithms, AES and Rijndael, it's no wonder that beginners can be scared off. Well don't worry, because with Conceal, encryption couldn't be easier.

Conceal works on the drag and drop principle, something that all users can manage. You take the file you want to encrypt and drag it to the padlock symbol on the left of the window. When you do, you'll be asked to choose a destination for the encrypted file, a password for when you want to de-encrypt it, and the encryption algorithm, which are described as well as listed, so it is easy to chose which you need. When you want to de-encrypt, just drag the file in question to the keys on the right of the Conceal interface, enter the password, and off you go.

Conceal is very easy to use, and fast. With the variety of encryption settings, you are sure to find the right one for your needs, and there's the added advantage of being able to automatically delete the original file when you are done encrypting. Conceal allows you to encrypt lots of different formats, from text documents to video and audio, but bear in mind that it can only handle individual files, not folders.

Conceal provides fast, basic encryption that even beginners will be able to handle.

Conceal

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Conceal 1.0.0

— User reviews — about Conceal

  • ank_mal

    by ank_mal

    "Close button seems fine"

    The close button seems to be working fine. Can you please explain exactly what are the glitches coming regarding it ?. More.

    reviewed on February 3, 2010