PlexCrypt 4.2

PlexCrypt is a smart software that protects documents and folders based on both asynchronous encryption.
PlexCrypt
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PlexCrypt is a smart software that protects documents and folders based on both asynchronous encryption based on Public-Key-Infrastructure (PKI) and synchronous encryption based on passwords. The encryption uses secured algorithms such as AES, Blowfish, CAST, DES, ElGamal, IDEA, IES, RC4, RC6, RSA, Rijndael, Serpent Skipjack, Twofish, etc. It allows users to encrypt multiple files and folders automatically. PlexCrypt allows users to digital sign documents and folders and use that signature to verify that original document has not been maliciously or accidently altered. It supports MD5WithRSAEncryption, SHA1WithRSA/ISO9796-2, MD2WithRSAEncryption, RIPEMD160WithRSAEncryption, SHA1WithRSAEncryption, RIPEMD160WithRSAEncryption, MD5WithRSA/ISO9796-2 RIPEMD160WithRSA/ISO9796-2, RIPEMD160WithRSA/ISO9796-2 algorithms for digital signatures. PlexCrypt also allows users to archive a set of files and folders in the ZIP format and extract them later. In addition, it allows users to create and manage digital certificates and key-pairs for encryption and digital signatures.

Here are some key features of "PlexCrypt":

PlexCrypt is an easy to use graphical based application for securing documents. PlexCrypt supports both asynchronous encryption based on Public-Key-Infrastructure (PKI) and synchronous encryption based on passwords.
PlexCrypt supports strong encrypting algorithms such as AES, Blowfish, CAST, DES, ElGamal, IDEA, IES, RC4, RC6, RSA, Rijndael, Serpent Skipjack, Twofish, etc.
PlexCrypt can encrypt more than one file or folders at once and it automatically compress them in a ZIP format and encrypts the ZIP file using PKI-based encryption.
PlexCrypt can create self-decrypting files, which can be transfered to other users and can be decrypted without installing PlexCrypt.
PlexCrypt allows users to archive a set of files and folders in ZIP format and extract a ZIP file contents.
PlexCrypt allows users to digitally sign documents. This signature can be used to validate that original file has not been altered. It supports MD5WithRSAEncryption, SHA1WithRSA/ISO9796-2, MD2WithRSAEncryption, RIPEMD160WithRSAEncryption, SHA1WithRSAEncryption, RIPEMD160WithRSAEncryption, MD5WithRSA/ISO9796-2 RIPEMD160WithRSA/ISO9796-2, RIPEMD160WithRSA/ISO9796-2 algorithms for digital signatures.
PlexCrypt allows users to create digest or hashcode for a given file using algorithms such as MD5. This also can be used to validate contents of the file, however it does not use PKI-based algorithms.
PlexCrypt allows users to create, import and export digital certificates and key-pairs. These digital certificates and key-pairs are used for encryption, decryption and digital signing of documents.
PlexCrypt is available on most of the platforms such as Windows, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX and other platforms where Java Virtual Machine is available.
PlexCrypt comes with free technical support and upgrades for future enhancements and patches.

Supported Encryption Algorithms
AES
AESWrap
Blowfish
CAST5
CAST6
DES
DESede
DESedeWrap
ElGamal
IDEA
IES
RC2
RC2Wrap
RC4
RC532
RC564
RC6
RSA
Rijndael
Serpent
Skipjack
Twofish

Supported Digital Signature Algorithms
MD5WithRSAEncryption
SHA1WithRSA/ISO9796-2
MD2WithRSAEncryption
RIPEMD160WithRSAEncryption
SHA1WithRSAEncryption
RIPEMD160WithRSAEncryption
MD5WithRSA/ISO9796-2
RIPEMD160WithRSA/ISO9796-2
RIPEMD160WithRSA/ISO9796-2

Requirements:

PlexCrypt requires about 30MB disk space to install
Java Runtime Environment

last updated on:
October 31st, 2007, 21:13 GMT
price:
$24.95
 
developed by:
PlexObject Solutions, Inc.
homepage:
www.plexobject.com
license type:
Shareware 
category:
ROOT \ Security
PlexCrypt

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