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Fort takes security seriously and uses AES with 256bit keys. On decryption Fort checks that the data is not tampered in any way and informs if data tampering is detected. For each file, Fort generates a random initialization vector that is used only once. Similarly, for keys a random one time salt is generated by Fort.
Fort is free, easy to use and easy to install. Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x and Windows 10 are supported, both 32bit and 64bit versions. After installing Fort, simply right click a file and select "Encrypt". If the file is already encrypted with Fort, you can double click the file to decrypt it.
Screenshot of Fort
Windows Explorer integration
Open source, study the code
Uses AES with 256bit keys
Detects data tampering
Very lightweight, does not slow down your machine
Easy to use and easy to install.
Optional file backup before encryption
Encrypt and decrypt directories as well as individual files
Protect against keyloggers, supports on screen keyboard
Encrypt files in Onedrive, Dropbox and similar services
Supports Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. Both 32bit and 64bit versions
No backdoors, no malware
Well designed FortMachine.dll cryptography library available for developers
It's possible to buy a licence exception to use FortMachine.dll in closed source products
Fort has it's own file associations, double click an encrypted file to decrypt it.
Cryptography and data encryption is important. In todays world we are connected all the time. We put our files on different cloud services where they are basically available for the companies running those services, intelligence agencies, and crackers. There are many "free" services in which the only way to pay is with your privacy. One might think that "I have nothing to hide". That's not the point. The point is that privacy is a basic human right.
As Bruce Schneier said, "Privacy isn't about hiding something. It's about being able to control how we present ourselves to the world. It's about maintaining a public face while at the same time being permitted private thoughts and actions. It's about personal dignity."
Fort concentrates on encrypting individual files so they can be safely put into a cloud service or similar. Even if you just have sensitive files and data in your laptop locally, what if it gets stolen? Surely you do not want criminals to be able to use the data.
Whether you're a journalist, a whistle blower, an activist or someone who just have private data, you will find Fort useful.
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|Fort Cryptography Extension for Windows 2.2|
|56Kbit Modem: 8m 16s · 256Kbit: 1m 49s · 1Mbit: 28s · 5Mbit: 6s|
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