Security Software Encryption Aes Crypter Lite

Aes Crypter Lite 1.2.312 for Windows

by Marco Rivola

Avg. Rating 5.0 (2 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/2000/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 594
Publisher Marco Rivola
Homepage Aes Crypter Lite

Publisher's Description

Aes Crypter Lite is a simple but complete utility to codify and decodify files using lightning fast Aes/Rijndael block algorithm cipher running Microsoft Windows Operating System. Aes Crypter Lite is very handy to use: once a valid password has been entered, simply drag and drop all files/folders You want to encrypt/decrypt on the interface of the program, and let the software do all the job for You instantaneously and without hardly occupying system resources.

Latest Reviews

asaenz

asaenz reviewed v1.2.296 on Jul 6, 2011

I briefly tested this program and liked it. Seems to be well thought out. I might make it a permanent part of my system if I don't run into any problems with it. Memory usage is acceptable and it processed the file to be encrypted relatively fast. Only thing I'd like at the moment is the option to install and use without affecting the registry ... many people like that option these days and I can understand why. I avoid permanently installing programs similar to Microsoft Office because it makes literally thousands of entries to my registry and I believe that affects/degrades the performance of my operating system. Would be nice if "right-click" on a file opened drop-down menu and one of the options was to activate Aes Crypter.

Avg. Rating 5.0 (2 votes)
Your Rating
asaenz

asaenz reviewed v1.2.296 on Jul 6, 2011

I briefly tested this program and liked it. Seems to be well thought out. I might make it a permanent part of my system if I don't run into any problems with it. Memory usage is acceptable and it processed the file to be encrypted relatively fast. Only thing I'd like at the moment is the option to install and use without affecting the registry ... many people like that option these days and I can understand why. I avoid permanently installing programs similar to Microsoft Office because it makes literally thousands of entries to my registry and I believe that affects/degrades the performance of my operating system. Would be nice if "right-click" on a file opened drop-down menu and one of the options was to activate Aes Crypter.

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