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Free Steganos Safe 2011 V12 (giveaways)

Posted In Security - By Techtiplib on Friday, February 17th, 2012 With No Comments »

Steganos Safe 2011 V12 is a solid encryption solution that is designed to make encrypting areas (Encrypted virtual safes) on your PC’s local hard disk or USB drive easy and safe. Encrypted virtual safes are used  to protect photos, music, movies, documents, and any other sensitive data on PCs and laptops. Each virtual safe – you can create as many as you like – can have a size of up to 512 GB, you can still change the size of safes later by using the practical slide control. These encrypting areas Works like a real safe to protect data — Without the password unauthorized third parties cannot access the safe file.

Free Steganos Safe 2011 V12

Steganos Safe 2011 V12 is very easy to use with an intuitive wizard that walks you through the process of creating a encrypted virtual drive. This ensures even the most novice  users are able to learn how to use Steganos Safe quickly and without too much difficulty involved.

Steganos Safe 12 Key features

  • Creates a password-protected virtual safe to store your photos, music, documents, and more. Works like a real safe to protect data — no one can get in without a password. Steganos PicPass lets users click a series of pictures, eliminating the need to remember complicated passwords.
  • Turns your USB stick, mobile phone, digital camera, or iPod, into a digital safe key — just plug it into your computer to open, pull it out to close.
  • Shreds unwanted files permanently and defeats data recovery applications. And deep cleans the free spaces on your hard and external drives — this way your vacation photos aren’t reconstructed in case you sell your computer.
  • Blocks unauthorized access to e-mails with fast one click encryption.

Visit the Giveaway home page then enter your email and click “Abschicken“, go to your email get download link and serial number

Enjoy!

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