Easy Encryption by Wizards
CryptBox is very easy to use with its wizards. They guide you step by step to your own safe and help you by choosing the right size, encryption algorithm and password for it.
AES-256 Encryption Algorithm
CryptBox encrypts your data with the AES-256 algorithm, which is approved for top secret information in the USA.
CryptBox does not only create safe files which can be mounted as normal drives. It also encrypts whole drives easily. Even your system drive can be encrypted, while Windows is running.
Install PortableApps into your Safe
CryptBox loads PortableApps directly from the internet and installs them into your safe. You can use your safe with PortableApps on every computer, without needing to install the applications. They run directly from the safe and all data is secure as those applications will store all their data into the safe.
CryptBox allows you to create a TravelSafe, which can be exported to an USB-Stick or on a CD. If you are on the way, at friends, in an InternetCafe or at work, you still have full access to your data, because the TravelSafe can be started directly from the stick.
Already existing Safes can also be exported easily.
iPhone/iPod as key for your Safe
CryptBox accepts different types of passwords for a safe. You can even use your personal iPhone/iPod as a key for opening your safe. As soon as you plug the iPhone into your PC, the safe opens automatically.
Additionally you can use an USB-Stick, a picture password or a traditional text based password to open your safe.
CryptBox perfectly protects your data. But how do you remove data from your computer in a safe way? CryptBox removes files in a safe way with the file shredder. Nobody is then able to restore the files.
Malware is able to monitor the computer's RAM in order to spy out passwords. Our new MemoryProtect function encrypts passwords before the system writes them on the RAM - even during the process when the password is entered.
"CryptBox is an all-in-one encryption application which includes extra support
for portability, which means in a word that you're able to carry your encrypted
data around with you."