Encryptability Press Release
For Immediate Release
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WinAbility Software Corp.
Encryptability protects confidential files with strong encryption
WinAbility Software Corporation has released Encryptability™ version 21.1, a software encryption utility that Windows users can use to protect sensitive files from getting into the wrong hands. With Encryptability, a user can set aside a portion of a physical storage device to keep confidential files from unauthorized access. Because Encryptability uses the industry standard AES encryption, if the device gets lost or stolen, the encrypted files remain safely locked until the correct password is entered.
Unlike other encryption programs, Encryptability is closely integrated with the Windows shell, which makes working with the encrypted drives easy and intuitive. When the user enters the correct password, the encrypted container appears in Windows just like a regular disk, with its own drive letter, that can be used to keep files of any type, including text documents, spreadsheets, confidential sales or client information, video and music files, and so on. The encryption and decryption occurs transparently to the user, providing a seamless and uninterrupted user experience. When the user opens an encrypted file, Encryptability decrypts it "on the fly". When the user saves changes to the encrypted file, Encryptability encrypts the changes in the background, too.
Encryptability can create VIrtual Encrypted Disks not only the internal hard drives, but also on the external removable drives connected through various methods, such as USB, SATA, or FireWire: if Windows recognizes a drive, Encryptability can handle it. Creating Virtual Encrypted Drives hosted on shared network folders or drives is alos possible. Encryptability can create NTFS-formatted Virtual Encrypted Disks on the exFAT or FAT-formatted host drives and vice versa. Encryptability also offers the option of creating a "spare key" file that can be used to gain access to the encrypted files should the user forget the password.
Encryptability may be purchased securely online at http://www.winability.com. Prices start from $49.95 for a personal license for up to 2 computers. Site licenses and volume discounts are also available. Encryptability is compatible with Windows 10, 8, 7 (both 32-bit and x64), and Windows Server 2008 R2 (or later). Fully-functional trial version is available for free download. For more information, visit http://www.winability.com or contact WinAbility Software at P.O.BOX 75, LA VERKIN, UT 84745-0075. Phone: 1-435-200-5772.
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