top 5 cybersecurity tips

Top 5 Cyber Security Tips You Should Follow in 2019

The new year is here, and now is the perfect time to wipe the slate clean and start 2019 off on the right foot. While many people’s New Year’s resolutions will be centered around eating healthier and exercising more, here…

how to protect your privacy

How to Protect Your Privacy on Your Devices

These days, computers, smartphones and internet-connected gadgets have made our lives easier to the point where we’d be stuck without them. This article request you to take few easy steps on how to protect your privacy on your devices. We…

encryption use cases

9 Encryption Use Cases When You Should Use?

Encryption may sound like a subject best left to hackers and criminal use, but don’t be a victim: It’s very critical part of every walks of life and something that’s important for everyone. Here you can learn about 9 encryption…

best practices for securely using USB drives

10 Best Practices for Securely using USB Drives

Do you know how most personal and business data breaches happen? Lost laptops, portable hard drives and USB drives. Here you can learn about 10 best practices for securely using USB drives Now many of us have some kind of…

how to view or edit your files securely

How to View or Edit Your Files Securely in USB Drive?

An encrypted USB thumb drive is the safest way to carry any sensitive files. This article shows you how to view or edit your files securely which are stored in USB drive using Kruptos 2 Go for USB drive encryption…

how to permanently delete files

How to Permanently Delete Files Using Kruptos

When you delete a file from your computer, it doesn’t simply disappear from existence—at least, not right away. Even if you immediately empty the Recycle Bin or Trash folder, all your deletion does is earmark the space that file takes…

USB Security

Password Protect Your USB Drive in Two Easy Steps – USB Security

Kruptos 2 Go is tiny yet very effective USB security software that lets you password protect USB drives as simple as in two easy steps. USB Sticks, Flash drives, memory cards, thumb drives, portable hard drives: whatever you want to call them, they’re more…

How to encrypt files

How to Encrypt Files

Some information is best kept secret no matter whether it’s about your private life or business sensitive data. Now that we’re living in the future, much of that information is stored in computers. One of the ways to keep things…

How to Share Your Data with Clients, Securely

How to Share Your file with Clients Securely using Kruptos 2 Professional

You have confidential data that you need to share with your clients, you can’t send encrypted documents as the client does not have access to, or can’t install a decryption reader program. You can’t send a self-decrypting files via email…

Should I encrypt every file

Should I Encrypt Every File on My Computer?

It’s great that you’re thinking about protecting your files, with all kinds of snoops out there (from big government to identity thieves). You’re right, though—you don’t need to encrypt every single file you store or send (especially the MP3s). This…

Short Passwords ‘Hopelessly Inadequate

The availability of password-cracking tools based on increasingly powerful graphics processors means that even carefully chosen short passwords are liable to crack under a brute-force attack. A password of less than seven characters will soon be “hopelessly inadequate” even if…