Los Angeles, CA, May 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- HissenIT recently released an open-source file encryption software called CrococryptFile. It is a file encryption tool which creates encrypted archives of arbitrary files and folders. The encryption features of CrococryptFile can be compared to a ZIP utility that uses ZIP's AES encryption.
What might sound trivial and unnecessary is a significant improvement to security and privacy features of the widely used ZIP encryption. The differences of CrococryptFile are:
- encrypting all file and folder information including filenames, time/date and filesize information
- disguising any information of the archive's content, because all data and meta-data is simply integrated into a giant file dump
- using state-of-the-art password-based encryption algorithms
CrococryptFile is provided as a free service and open-source. It is free software without registration, without activation, without limitations and without ads. It currently runs under Windows (XP and up), Linux, Mac and offers a Web-based decryption application.
For more information: http://www.frankhissen.de/crococryptfile.html