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    Latest version of Axcrypt now available

    If you have a need to encrypt single files, rather than a whole bunch together (as in Truecrypt) you might like to have a look at the latest version of Axcrypt, which now has a single installer covering both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems.

    Note: The installer also includes a fully optional offer to install software from an advertising partner. This step has been taken in an effort to increase revenue and thus available time to develop AxCrypt.
    Last edited by BATcher; 2012-01-14 at 13:16.
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    Batcher, I got the update..
    I have been using it for years and never had a problem.....
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    Another vote for Axcrypt, which I've been using for years, too.

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    Funny, you don't seem to hear much about Axcrypt and never see it recommended but hey. it's free and being I'm not encrypting national secrets it's good enough for me.
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