Protect files using usb stick v.1.0

Program protects your files from others. Nobody can get access to your files if one hasn't your usb stick which was used to encrypt your files.
Program extensively uses POSIX/SUS API, Botan, Libusb and STL libraries.
Due the first dependency it works only for POSIX compliant systems . It is written in C++ and optimized as it only could, so it's fast.

Program protects your files from others. ... Program protects your files from others. Nobody can get access to your files if one hasn't your usb stick which was used to encrypt your files. Program extensively uses POSIX/SUS API, Botan, Libusb and STL libraries. Due the first ...

 
  • Protect files using usb stick
  • 1.0
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  • Windows
  • Freeware
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  • Free
 
 

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