EncryptThat is an easy to use application that enables you to protect the files you wish to keep private, so that they cannot be opened by any software or viewed by users. It is a simple, yet effective way to secure classified files.
Encryption close at hand
The software does not perform complicated encryption processes, instead it implies a simple operation. It can integrate itself in the file’s context menu, so that you can encrypt or decrypt a document right from Windows Explorer, with little effort.
You can enable or disable the dedicated entries in the context menus at any time. Simply un-tick the options from the software’s settings window.
Simple and effective encryption
The encoding method used by EncryptThat is simple: it makes a file unreadable by any software, so that it appears to be corrupted, damaged beyond repair or an unknown format. The method is inconspicuous, and it is highly probable to lead other users to believe the file is broken.
You may set a passphrase, in case you wish to decrypt the file and restore it to its initial state. Actions performed with EncryptThat do not tamper with a file’s attributes, data or quality, so the processed document is not affected.
Instant encryption or decryption
The software performs both the encryption and decryption instantly, when prompted and it manages each file individually. Once you insert it in the file’s context menu, you need only right-click on the selected document and choose the action to be performed.
EncryptThat is a lightweight tool which can help you secure files that are sensitive, private or contain information you do not want to share. Its encoding method is simple, effective and designed to deter unauthorized users from viewing or editing your document. The encrypted files appear to be broken, corrupted, too large to handle or simply written in an unknown format.