Flexcrypt 3.4.0.4009 for Windows

by Nordic Information Security Group AB

Avg. Rating 3.5 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 15.9 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,196
Publisher Nordic Information Security Group AB
Homepage Flexcrypt

Publisher's Description

Flexcrypt is a small software application that enables encryption and decryption of your emails. The reason for encrypting is to ensure the integrity and privacy of your email. Flexcrypt is very easy to install and use. After installation, simply add the email addresses you wish to send and receive encrypted emails with.

Latest Reviews

coolticker

coolticker reviewed v3.4.0.4009 on Oct 7, 2010

Not a freeware !!!

asaenz

asaenz reviewed v3.0.0.2892 on Feb 8, 2010

Not free (only 30 days trial period after which "very restricted" as per their website). Didn't impress me and I don't particularly care for programs that remain in memory because, after loading a number of them, the system begins to slow down and act strange although still useable.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v3.0.0.2892 on Sep 24, 2009

Free now. Has a GnuPG encryption key Wizard for emails, which seems to work though I have not used it yet. Does not display progress when encrypting or decrypting and uses ~45 MB of memory while always running in the background. My first encryption test of a 189MB folder via right-click tried very hard to access the internet starting with verclsid.exe and then moving on to total commander itself (all blocked)?? Not quite sure why local file encryption requires internet access but seems a little antithetical to the idea of security.
Has a nice little padlock for the traycon which gives quick access for encrypting notes.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.9.0.2708 on May 28, 2009

DEMO only

Avg. Rating 3.5 (12 votes)
Your Rating
coolticker

coolticker reviewed v3.4.0.4009 on Oct 7, 2010

Not a freeware !!!

asaenz

asaenz reviewed v3.0.0.2892 on Feb 8, 2010

Not free (only 30 days trial period after which "very restricted" as per their website). Didn't impress me and I don't particularly care for programs that remain in memory because, after loading a number of them, the system begins to slow down and act strange although still useable.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v3.0.0.2892 on Sep 24, 2009

Free now. Has a GnuPG encryption key Wizard for emails, which seems to work though I have not used it yet. Does not display progress when encrypting or decrypting and uses ~45 MB of memory while always running in the background. My first encryption test of a 189MB folder via right-click tried very hard to access the internet starting with verclsid.exe and then moving on to total commander itself (all blocked)?? Not quite sure why local file encryption requires internet access but seems a little antithetical to the idea of security.
Has a nice little padlock for the traycon which gives quick access for encrypting notes.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.9.0.2708 on May 28, 2009

DEMO only

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